ThousandEyes, a San Francisco-based network intelligence company, announced Wednesday plans to open a sales and customer service office in Austin.
The company also named Victoria Abeling to head up the office as director of corporate sales.
ThousandEyes plans to hire about 30 sales and customer service employees by the end of the year to staff its new Austin office.
“Organizations of all sizes across all verticals are increasingly adopting cloud technologies relying on the Internet for business agility and efficiency, but struggle to maintain visibility into the network infrastructures they don’t own or directly manage. Our highly specialized sales and customer success team in Austin will provide expert support for customers across North America and ensure they get the most value from our Network Intelligence platform,” Anthony Narducci, vice president of sales at ThousandEyes, said in a news release. “As one of the fastest growing tech communities in the country and a key hub for tech talent, Austin is the perfect location for this team. I look forward to working with Victoria to expand ThousandEyes’ success with a high-performing Austin-based team.”
Abeling has 16 years of experience managing sales programs and previously worked for Oracle, VMware and Zenoss.
ThousandEyes’ customers include Equinix, ServiceNow, Twitter and eBay.
The company is backed by Sequoia Capital, Sutter Hill Ventures, Tenaya Capital and GV (formerly Google Ventures). It has raised $60.5 million in three rounds of funding, according to its Crunchbase profile.