Q4 2020 was Swimlane’s strongest ever quarter in EMEA, which contributed to significant year over year growth in the region
DENVER–Swimlane, provider of the industry’s leading security automation platform, today announced details of its continued growth within Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). In 2020, Swimlane achieved significant year over year growth in EMEA and Q4 2020 was the company’s strongest ever quarter in the region. Swimlane’s average number of users per deal across EMEA also grew by 88% year over year, and the average ARR deal size grew by 55% year over year.
Since first launching operations in the U.K. in 2019, Swimlane’s EMEA operations have grown to include locally based employees, including professional services, product engineers and sales staff. Swimlane currently supports customers across DACH, UKI, Nordics, BeNeLux and META, with plans to expand into Southern Europe in 2021.
“Swimlane is focused on providing positive customer experiences and tangible outcomes by helping customers quickly identify the highest value ways to automate their security operations,” said Toby Van de Grift, EMEA Regional Director, Swimlane. “Swimlane has a unique opportunity to support growing security automation and digital transformation goals for organizations across EMEA, such as reducing the financial burden of achieving GDPR compliance through automation. We look forward to continued growth in this region in 2021, as well as recruiting additional partners with complementary technical capabilities.”
Swimlane is the most extensible security automation platform in the market, built from the ground up to support customer’s most sophisticated and challenging automation goals. With drag-and-drop automation design tools, integrations with hundreds of technologies, and unmatched data visualization capabilities, Swimlane is changing what security teams think is possible. As an organization, Swimlane strives to go above and beyond to partner with their customers to create outcomes that not only have immense return on investment for their business, but provide the underlying innovation security teams need to modernize their security operations.
– Matthew Helling
Swimlane has really helped us to realise the value and importance of security automation in a modern security operations center (SOC). Swimlane gives time back to analysts, so that they can get on with the real work.”
Head of Cyber Security Services at Softcat Plc
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