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Axway renforce sa présence sur les marchés australiens et néo-zélandais pour promouvoir Axway 5 Suite en Asie-Pacifique

Axway, leader de la gouvernance des flux de données, poursuit son développement en Asie-Pacifique et renforce sa présence en Australie et en Nouvelle-Zélande par la création d’un bureau à Melbourne. Pour accompagner son expansion, Colman McCaffery, ancien directeur régional des ventes chez Layer 7 Technologies, rejoint Axway en tant que Vice-président, ventes et opérations, Australie Nouvelle Zélande pour assurer le développement de l’entreprise et répondre à la demande croissante d’Axway 5 Suite dans la région. Cet investissement stratégique renforcera également les équipes d’Axway et permettra aux 20 experts techniques et commerciaux de déployer ses solutions en toute efficacité. Ayant déjà convaincu plus d'une centaine de références, Axway 5 Suite est la seule solution combinant intégration d'applications et gestion d'API, B2B et MFT, pour ainsi aider les organisations à gouverner leurs flux de données dans les environnements mobiles, Cloud et d'entreprise.

En rejoignant Axway, Colman McCaffery apporte plus de 20 ans d'expérience dans la vente, l'implémentation et la gestion de technologies et solutions informatiques de transformation. Au cours des 15 dernières années, il a acquis de solides connaissances dans de nombreux domaines comme la vente, le développement et l’intégration des API, le SOA et l’infrastructure orientée mobile et cloud. Dans le cadre de ses nouvelles fonctions, Colman McCaffery aura pour objectif d'accroître le chiffre d'affaires et de renforcer la satisfaction client par rapport à Axway 5 Suite, conformément à la stratégie d'Axway en Australie et en Nouvelle-Zélande.

« Il s'agit là d'une étape majeure du développement de notre stratégie au niveau mondial. Nous renforçons constamment notre présence géographique pour assoir notre position sur le marché et faciliter la disponibilité de nos solutions. » déclare Christophe Fabre, directeur général d'Axway. « Grâce au savoir-faire et au talent de Colman McCaffery, nous espérons accroître notre base de clients, d'autant qu'il existe une demande claire de solutions de gouvernance des flux de données en Australie et en Nouvelle-Zélande. En adoptant nos solutions, et notamment Axway 5 Suite, les entreprises seront en mesure de saisir de nouvelles opportunités commerciales, d’augmenter leur productivité et ainsi de bénéficier d'un avantage concurrentiel dans leurs secteurs respectifs. »

« La décision d'Axway de renforcer sa présence dans la région témoigne de son engagement et de son implication vis-à-vis de ses clients », commente Ian Gibson, directeur informatique de Superchoice, l’un des clients d’Axway. « Je suis ravi d'avoir choisi Axway, spécialiste mondial des logiciels B2B, pour nous aider à définir notre stratégie de gouvernance des flux de données des pensions de retraite australiennes. Grâce à Axway 5 Suite, nous sommes en mesure de consolider nos différentes connexions de bout-en-bout au sein d'une seule et même plate-forme. Cela nous permet de simplifier et d'améliorer la gestion de nos opérations, tout en réduisant les coûts associés à la gestion de nos clients. »

Face à l’augmentation perpétuelle des volumes de données, en particulier dû au développement du cloud et du mobile, l’objectif principal des départements informatique n’est plus seulement de veiller à la sécurité de ces données devenues de plus en plus importantes, mais de veiller à comment les contrôler, les surveiller et les gouverner. Axway associe sa solution de gestion d'API à ses fonctionnalités éprouvées de gouvernance MFT, B2B et SOA pour proposer des solutions qui surpassent largement les produits middleware classiques d'intégration, en gouvernant les flux de données au sein et au-delà des frontières de l'entreprise avec ces clients et ces partenaires commerciaux.

Pour plus d’informations sur les produits d’Axway : http://www.axway.fr/produits-solutions

Suivez Axway sur Twitter : @Axway

A propos d’Axway

Axway (NYSE Euronext : AXW.PA), leader du marché de la gouvernance des flux de données, est un éditeur de logiciels comptant plus de 11 000 clients du secteur privé et public dans 100 pays. Depuis plus de 10 ans, Axway fournit aux grandes entreprises des solutions technologiques permettant de mieux gérer les flux de données stratégiques circulant dans l’entreprise, avec l’extérieur entre partenaires, au sein des communautés B2B, vers le Cloud et les périphériques mobiles. Nos solutions sont proposées pour une gestion sur site (on premise) ou hébergées dans le Cloud, avec une gamme complète de services. Elles couvrent notamment les domaines de l’intégration B2B, de la gestion des transferts de fichiers (MFT – Managed File Transfer), de la gestion des API et des identités ainsi que de la sécurisation des emails. Axway, dont le siège social est en France et la direction générale basée aux Etats-Unis, dispose de bureaux dans 19 pays. www.axway.com

À propos d’Axway 5 Suite

Axway 5 Suite assure le contrôle et l’optimisation des flux de données indépendamment des systèmes et des formats utilisés. Axway 5 Suite permet de sécuriser, fiabiliser, appliquer des règles métiers et gouverner de bout en bout les échanges de données au sein et au-delà des frontières de l’entreprise.

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