New Relic to Establish Japanese Joint Venture with Japan
August 08, 2018
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New Relic signed a definitive agreement to establish a new joint venture in Tokyo, Japan, known as New Relic K.K.

The joint venture will enable New Relic to meet the demands of the growing number of companies in Japan that are looking to solve business-critical issues around mastering the complexity of modern software.

New Relic K.K. will be a joint venture between New Relic, Inc. and Japan Cloud. Japan Cloud partners with leading US software businesses to succeed in the Japanese market. The founders at Japan Cloud have led successful Japan joint ventures for Salesforce, Concur, Marketo, Kyriba and Demandware, as well as the launch of Oracle Japan.

Lew Cirne, CEO and founder, New Relic, said: “Japan Cloud’s deep experience growing enterprise SaaS businesses in the region will help us accelerate our momentum in this exciting market.”

Aruna Basnayake, CEO, Japan Cloud, said: “With our proven experience and New Relic’s best-in-class technology, we believe that New Relic will have great success in Japan and provide businesses with critical solutions in the age of digital transformation.”

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