SevOne Brings Next Generation Performance Management to the Nordic and Baltic Regions

Stockholm, Sweden - September 18, 2013 - SevOne, provider of the world’s most scalable performance monitoring platform, today announced it has established a local presence in the Nordic and Baltic regions. To help promote the company’s presence in the region, SevOne’s CTO will host a series of local seminars in October.

Following the announcement of a $150 million investment from Bain Capital Ventures in January of 2013, SevOne raised international awareness of its network and IT performance management solution. With a focus on establishing a local presence in strategic geographies around the world, the company recently appointed Hans Lejdebring as Country Manager for the Nordic and Baltics region.

Vess Bakalov, Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder at SevOne, commented, “We are delighted to have Hans join the team and to further develop our activities and presence in the Nordic and Baltic regions. SevOne has enjoyed an incredible growth rate of 75 percent year-over-year, and we expect Hans will help us continue to attract the world’s largest brand names as customers.”

SevOne provides an all-in-one monitoring solution that proactively alerts on performance issues, allowing customers to predict potential issues and troubleshoot problems with application and service delivery.

To bring focus to its presence in the Nordic and Baltic regions, SevOne has announced a four city roadshow, taking place October 7-10 in Helsinki, Stockholm, Oslo, and Copenhagen. The half-day seminars, presented in concert with Accedian Networks, will focus on thought leadership topics in network performance management.

“I am looking forward to leading a series of local seminars across the region, allowing people to come out and understand what makes SevOne different and how we drive value in low latency network operations,” continued Bakalov. “This is a great opportunity for people to learn how they can improve their company’s performance monitoring strategy and protect their businesses from service disruption.”

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