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Our team is honored to have been recognized by Frost & Sullivan as the 2020 Global Data Residency Hosting Service Provider of the Year in the Best Practices Awards. According to the esteemed research firm, this award acknowledges the relentless efforts of our team and recognizes InCountry’s outstanding performance in 2019.
Since launching in May of 2019 as the first Data Residency-as-a-Service platform, our team has been hard at work growing the business, scaling our offerings and expanding our team across the globe. We’ve seen a banner year that included closing both our Seed and Series A, receiving three key compliance certifications that allow us to securely store finance, payment and health data for our customers, and have opened offices in Singapore, Sydney and Abu Dhabi to expand our global footprint.
As a result of our team’s hard work and momentum throughout 2019, we were also recently recognized as one of the World’s Most Innovative Companies in the enterprise category by Fast Company and a 2020 Cool Vendor in Data Privacy by Gartner.
“This recognition is a testament to our team’s work and our dedication to ensuring global data regulation compliance across more than 60 countries,” said Peter Yared, CEO and Founder of InCountry. “We’re deeply grateful to have been recognized by Frost & Sullivan to this extent.”
Our success, in part, is due to our collaboration with our valuable investors including Arbor Ventures, Global Founders Capital, Mubadala Ventures, Caffeinated Capital, Felicis Ventures, Ridge Ventures, Charles River Ventures, Team Builder Ventures and Bloomberg Beta.
From the very start, our team has been dedicated to ensuring the privacy, security and protection of our customers’ data, and we’re thankful to have secured this recognition by a respected firm such as Frost & Sullivan.
With support from our partners, investors, colleagues and more, we’re dedicated to furthering our mission to help companies unleash global expansion with Data Residency-as-a-Service.
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