Sumo Logic Expands in Europe
February 20, 2019
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Sumo Logic has appointed James Campanini as GM and VP and Mark Pidgeon as VP of Technical Services and Customer Support for EMEA, to lead an expanded team from its new offices in Holborn, London.

Sumo Logic is expanding its EMEA footprint:

- Growing Team and R&D Investments — The company has doubled the team across Europe over the past year. In addition, Sumo Logic continues to invest heavily in technology innovation with two research and development (R&D) centers in Poland and India, with engineers dedicated to working on projects that will further enhance and extend the breadth and depth of its machine data analytics platform.

- Expanding Partner Ecosystem — Sumo Logic continues to rapidly expand its global partner presence with Amazon Web Services (AWS) and others including Nord Cloud, Ackent, TecRacer and more to help organizations get real-time operational, security and business insights into their modern applications and infrastructure. In addition, the company has extended its ecosystem to include VARs, MSPs, MSSPs, SIs, consulting partners and more.

“In Europe, we are seeing more and more companies shift to the cloud to speed their digital transformation journey. But to win in this new world, enterprises need to empower their teams with real-time data to move fast and execute confidently,” said James Campanini, GM for EMEA, Sumo Logic. “I’m excited to join the team and the opportunity ahead for Sumo Logic in the region. The convergence of key trends around cloud adoption, containers and the shift to DevSecOps positions us well to be able to deliver continuous intelligence as a service from one single cloud-native platform, whether you’re a developer, in security or in the C-suite.”

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