BlackLine launches data centre in Sydney to serve customers across APAC

BlackLine launches data centre in Sydney to serve customers across APAC

BlackLine has opened its first APAC regional data centre within a Google Cloud facility in Sydney.

The new site has been added as part of BlackLine’s ongoing investment across its APAC operations.

Disaster recovery for regional customers will be provided through Google Cloud’s data centre infrastructure in Singapore.

The new centre will provide increased capacity to address rising demand from both private and public sector organisations for the company’s continuous rollout of new solutions and services to enhance its market-leading cloud platform.

The investment also further enables APAC companies that are sensitive to data sovereignty to maintain their data within the region, accelerating regional and global data initiatives by satisfying country-specific data needs.

“By leveraging Google Cloud, BlackLine can provide the highest levels of capacity, speed to innovation, and security,” said Mac Weaver, Group Vice President and General Manager, APAC, BlackLine.

“This is a material investment by BlackLine to continue our focus on serving the needs of regional private and public sector customers, ensuring that their finance and accounting databases are resilient and can scale to meet industry standards today and into the future.”

“Ultimately, adding an onshore data centre in Australia will also enhance our customers’ overall experience and enable us to further support the localisation of our solutions to address ever-evolving market requirements.”

BlackLine has a large customer base both headquartered and operating in APAC and has been operating in the region for more than 12 years.

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