- The setup follows the opening of Datadog’s first Japan office in 2018
- The company celebrated the incorporation event with Datadog ‘s first annual summit
US-based analytics platform Datadog announced incorporation of a new subsidiary company in Japan, Datadog Japan GK. The setup of the subsidiary undertaking follows the landmark of the corporation’s first office in Japan in 2018, which was intended to increase their presence in the country and cater to the rapidly expanding customer base. The establishment of Datadog Japan GK marks milestone two for the company in its endeavors of capturing the regional market.
Andy Clark, Vice President of Asia Pacific, Datadog was quoted to state that with robust rise in number of cloud-scale enterprises and expeditious adoption of cloud, Japan represents a lucrative growth avenue for Datadog. He was further quoted adding that establishment of the subsidiary is a part of the company’s endeavors towards serving the Japan market.
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The institution of the subsidiary company is an important cornerstone. The company conducted its first annual summit at the prestigious Meiji Kinenkan Hall to celebrate the same. The event saw the attendance of key customers, including CyberAgent, PLAID, Cybozu, Sansan, and MonotaRO. These existing users elaborated on how Datadog’s solutions has helped them increase their bottom line.
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