Sanjay Trisal will lead teams across India, Southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand (INSEA/ANZ) and focus on increasing collaborations and smoother efficiencies for greater market optimisation
Bringing over 20 plus years of strong sales, business development, and management experience, Sanjay has a proven track record and has grown AppsFlyer’s presence in India since 2015
Bengaluru, NFAPost: AppsFlyer, the global attribution and marketing analytics leader, appoints Sanjay Trisal as General Manager of INSEA/ANZ (India, Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand).
Prior to this promotion, Sanjay Trisal was AppsFlyer India’s country manager for almost 6 years, and has grown AppsFlyer’s presence in India across all verticals and domains.
During the shift to Work From Home in early 2020, Sanjay Trisal has set up a successful strategy that ensured productivity results soared, and backend processes remained intact for the team in India.
In this newly created role, Sanjay Trisal will be responsible for AppsFlyer’s regional growth over multiple markets across India, Southeast Asia, and Australia and New Zealand, and improve cross-border collaboration and ensure smoother efficiencies across teams.
Based out of India for the time being, Sanjay Trisal will also oversee, plan, and coordinate operational strategies in INSEA/ANZ. With AppsFlyer having expanded into Australia and New Zealand in November 2020, Sanjay will also play a critical role in strengthening AppsFlyer’s commitment to the ANZ region.
AppsFlyer INSEA/ANZ General Manager Sanjay Trisal says going forward, regional collaboration will continue to be the key to the company’s success, and he is excited to be in a position to work across core markets to drive business objectives and grow to meet the demands of the region alongside a high-performing team.
“AppsFlyer’s solutions help marketers to work smarter and fuel data-driven initiatives in a market that is constantly evolving. I look forward to tapping into the numerous opportunities INSEA/ANZ offers,” said Sanjay Trisal.
The INSEA/ANZ regions have shown great potential in the mobile attribution industry and provides many opportunities for mobile marketers to maximise results.
According to an eConomy report, the Southeast Asian internet economy has grown by 33% each year since 2015, showcasing the immense opportunities in the region. Similarly, the Australia and New Zealand industry is becoming a hub for mobile app development in the region with apps like Canva being a global phenomenon.
AppsFlyer’s 2020 growth has been exponential, reporting over $200 million in Annual Recurring Revenue (ARR), as well as a late-stage extension of its existing $210 million series D round. AppsFlyer now has over 1,000 employees, spread across 19 offices globally.
Sanjay brings over 20 plus years of strong sales, new business development, and management experience in the IT, High Tech and Consulting sectors. Before joining AppsFlyer in 2015, Sanjay spent almost 3 years at InMobi, a multinational technology company that specializes in mobile advertising and mobile marketing and was responsible for expanding the LATAM market.
AppsFlyer APAC President & Managing Director Ronen Mense said the company is very pleased that Sanjay is taking on a broader role at AppsFlyer.
“We have been growing exponentially over the last year, opening our latest APAC office in Sydney at the end of 2020, and with Sanjay’s remarkable talents aim to bring cohesive collaboration across our core markets,” said Ronen Mense
He also pointed out that Sanjay’s notable accomplishments in India make him a perfect fit for this new role and we have full confidence that he will play a critical role in spearheading a successful collaboration between regions.
AppsFlyer, the global attribution leader, empowers marketers to grow their business and innovate with a suite of comprehensive measurement and analytics solutions. Built around privacy by design, AppsFlyer takes a customer-centric approach to help 12,000+ brands and 7,000+ technology partners make better business decisions every day.