Titus expands Asia Pacific team
Regional director based in Sydney, and sales teams based in Sydney and Singapore support customers for data discovery, classification and protection solutions in high-growth region
SINGAPORE – (RSA Conference Asia Pacific and Japan) — Titus, the market leader in data classification and protection of unstructured data, continues to expand its international team to support growth in the APAC region.
David Land, Managing Director APAC, recently joined Titus from Dell Software (previously Quest Software) and has nearly 20 years of experience in enterprise sales and leadership. He will lead all aspects of sales and business development strategy for the APAC region, driving revenue growth and further development of the Titus partner ecosystem.
Under David’s guidance, Titus has already made significant strides in building an APAC team, having sales teams and in-market support based in Australia and Singapore. David will further build on the considerable momentum in region, adding resources and working with the most complex enterprise organisations on their data identification and protection initiatives.
David Land, Managing Director APAC, Titus said:
“Titus is driving real innovation in the market in the areas of data discovery and classification for the protection of enterprise data. We will be continuing to focus on helping clients with culture change by engaging and educating end-users on appropriate information handling and driving business accountability for protection of unstructured data. A foundation of classified, unstructured data is now a reality, a challenge our clients have struggled with for years.”
Tim Upton, founder and CEO, Titus said:
“We are excited to have David on board to help shape and drive the next stage of our international growth. Titus has a great history in the APAC region, as the Australian Federal Government was the very first Titus customer over a decade ago. As our APAC operations continue to expand, we will continue to build on the momentum and growth we have already experienced in the region.”