Cloud4C appoints Indonesia country leader to grow ASEAN footprint
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Cloud managed service provider company Cloud4C has appointed a new country leader who will focus on growing its footprint in ASEAN and Indonesia.
Audy Antow joins as the company’s Indonesia country manager. He will focus on leveraging the company’s global standards of cloud managed services across Indonesia.
According to Cloud4C, Indonesia is one of the key markets in the ASEAN region due to an exponential growth in demand for cloud services.
The company adds that the cloud computing market in Indonesia is expected to exceed $1.2 billion by 2023, a major leap from its current size of $400 million.
"Indonesia is amongst the fastest growing markets in ASEAN, with demand for cloud services increasing rapidly in the last 5 years. It is one of the most strategic markets for us,” says Cloud4C founder and CEO Sridhar Pinnapureddy.
“I extend a warm welcome to Audy as he joins Cloud4C employee family. Audy brings along a deep understanding of Indonesian market. I am confident under his leadership, we will continue to enhance our deep engagements with CIOs and IT Leaders in Indonesia to support them in their digital transformation journey."
Antow brings more than 18 years of rich experience in enabling digital transformation journey for businesses across verticals in Indonesia.
Commenting on his appointment Antow says, "I am delighted to join Cloud4C, an undisputed global leader in cloud managed services market.”
“Indonesia has a great potential for cloud managed services and my endeavour will be to get the best-in-class cloud solutions and services, especially the Cloud4C industrial solutions banking community cloud, SAP community cloud, disaster recovery services, managed security services, and intelligent cloud managed services for businesses in Indonesia.”
Cloud4C is a cloud managed services provider serving 4,000 customers in 25 Countries and 50 locations, including 60 of the Fortune 500. The company provides cloud (public, private, hybrid) and community cloud services (banking community cloud, SAP community cloud), cloud migration on hyperscalers such as AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, end to end cloud managed services, disaster recovery services, managed security services and helps businesses comply with stringent data sovereignty laws in respective countries.
“With extensive experience in accelerating the digital transformation journey for large banks, Cloud4C also launched a community cloud for BFSI sector in India. It is highly secure and meets the requirements of the Reserve Bank of India. Cloud4C has also built a community cloud to support enterprise customers looking to transform and migrate their SAP applications which was instantly adopted by numerous customers,” the company states on its website.
The company says it plans to expand its geographical footprint to 80 countries and 160 locations worldwide in the next 36 to 48 months.