Veritas Aims For 70% Growth In India Ops

Mumbai: | Updated: May 23 2003, 05:30am hrs
Veritas Software expects its Indian operations to grow by 70 per cent this year. Company officials said that the first quarter of the year has been significant, since the contribution to the companys total revenues has grown from 25 per cent over the past two years to close to 40 per cent.

Veritas Software country manager Agendra Kumar said that, Asia Pacific was an important market and within it, Asia South had the largest piece of the pie. Asia South consists of India, Thailand, Malayasia and Singapore.

Mr Kumar said that India is strategic for the companys storage market.

The company will focus on data protection, data life-cycle management protection and recovery option capability in the data protection area.

On the data protection front, the company will introduce Project Shadow, an approach to the protection of information stored on corporate desktops and laptops, later this year.

The company also plans to deliver advanced storage virtualisation, expanded storage resource management and a management dashboard Veritas Service Manager that helps companies align IT strategies with business priorities.