DataStax Opens New Office in Tokyo to Meet Demand for Data Management for Cloud Applications
- DataStax continues global expansion serving customers in over 50 countries.
- Microsoft and DataStax partner in Japan to bring customers the always-on data platform on the Microsoft Azure cloud.
- DataStax hosts partners at new Tokyo office to jointly plan strategy to power cloud applications and digital transformation in Japan.
SANTA CLARA, CA – June 28, 2017 – DataStax, the leading provider of data management for cloud applications, today announced the opening of a new office in Tokyo, Japan. Companies throughout Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ) are undergoing rapid change in response to digital transformation, rising customer expectations, and the lightning fast pace of business that define the right-now economy.
In that world where data reigns supreme, DataStax provides the critical data management layer that powers every critical aspect of business. DataStax already has a strategic customer base in Japan, including Komatsu and Yahoo! Japan, and is opening its new office to serve more customers, provide greater support for local partners, and expand its operations in this large, sophisticated market.
“Japanese businesses know that their most important asset is their data and they are coming to us to help manage it in an increasingly complex, cloud-driven technology landscape,” said Billy Bosworth, CEO of DataStax. “Japanese companies face intense competition to deliver outstanding customer experiences, operate smarter and more efficiently, and innovate in everything from back-end operations such as supply chain management through customer-facing applications and delivery. We are their ideal partner to make digital transformation possible, successful, and simple.”
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DataStax, in close collaboration with Microsoft, will host local partners at an event on July 6 in Tokyo, which will feature a guest partner and customer speakers from Microsoft Azure, UL Systems, and Komatsu. The event will enable local partners to build solutions and services on DataStax Enterprise (DSE) to keep pace with customer demands and maximize DataStax customers’ success with their cloud applications and digital transformation initiatives. Additional information in Japanese is available from Microsoft here. Importantly, Microsoft is a DataStax customer as well as partner and knows firsthand how to make the most of DataStax technology. Microsoft uses DataStax Enterprise to make Office 365 a great experience for millions of its customers–a full case study on this is available on Microsoft’s website.
DataStax has named Alan Anderson as its country manager for Japan. The company’s office is located at
EGG JAPAN 10F
1-5-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku
Tokyo 100-6510 JAPAN
It starts with a human desire, and when a universe of technology, devices and data aligns, it ends in a moment of fulfillment and insight. Billions of these moments occur each second around the globe. They are moments that can define an era, launch an innovation, and forever alter for the better how we relate to our environment. DataStax is the power behind the moment. Built on the unique architecture of Apache Cassandra™, DataStax Enterprise is the always-on data platform and has been battle-tested for the world’s most innovative, global applications.
With more than 500 customers in over 50 countries, DataStax provides data management to the world’s most innovative companies, such as Netflix, Safeway, ING, Adobe, Intuit, Sony, and eBay. Based in Santa Clara, Calif., DataStax is backed by industry-leading investors including Comcast Ventures, Crosslink Capital, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Meritech Capital, Premji Invest and Scale Venture Partners. For more information, visit DataStax.com/customers or follow us on @DataStax.