Adaptive Insights Expands Support in Australia with New Data Centers
Satisfies Data Residency Requirements and Underscores Global Growth
Adaptive Insights, the leader in cloud corporate performance management (CPM), today announced it has opened two new data centers in Australia located in Sydney and Melbourne. The new locations allow Adaptive Insights to respond to the data center residency requirements of the region, while providing increased capacity for the company’s growing customer base in Australia and New Zealand. Adaptive Insights already has a significant presence in the region, with over 150 customers across a wide range of vertical market segments including food, utilities, education, government, professional services, nonprofit and health. The new data centers expand the company’s global data center network, which currently has locations in the United States, Canada and Europe.
“As more and more customers embrace corporate performance management software, we continue to expand and adapt our organization to the needs of our 3000+ global customers,” said Robert S. Hull, founder and chairman of Adaptive Insights. “With these new data centers, Adaptive Insights continues to demonstrate its longstanding commitment to the Australia and New Zealand markets and lays a foundation for continued strong growth in the region.”
Adaptive Insights currently has offices in Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane and a network of partners throughout Australia and New Zealand.
“Establishing in-country data centers enables our government customers to continue to leverage the industry’s leading CPM software and remain in compliance with recent regulations governing data,” said Greg Clarke, CEO of ABM, an Adaptive Insights reseller based in Sydney. “More important, it allows us to continue to expand access to this critical financial planning and analysis platform so that companies across Australia and New Zealand can maximize the performance of their businesses.”
Adaptive Insights’ prominent customer base in the region includes Cochlear, a provider of implantable hearing solutions; Roy Hill, an iron ore mining project; and Thiess, an integrated engineering and services provider. New customers include Bellamy Organic, Australia’s leading producer of organic baby food; and Trustpower, a leading power and telecommunications company in New Zealand.