Hasbe’s appointment follows a series of milestones for Neo4j, which achieved double-digit growth in 2022 after crossing $100m in annual recurring revenue (ARR) in 2021, including a doubling of its enterprise cloud and graph data science offerings. In December 2022, the company was recognised for the first time in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Cloud Database Management Systems, which was the first time that native graph vendors more broadly had been included. Neo4j announced its general availability last November of Neo4j 5, the company’s next-generation cloud-ready graph database, the 2023 appointment of Alyson Welch as chief revenue officer, and a major expansion of Neo4j’s graph enterprise deployment offering in March 2023.
“As the world becomes more connected, so does our data, making the relationships between both data and metadata matter more than ever,” said Sudhir Hasbe, chief product officer, Neo4j. “Graph enables organisations to find hidden relationships and patterns across billions of data connections. It’s why I’ve come to Neo4j, and why graph will one day be foundational for every modern enterprise.”About Neo4j
Neo4j, the Graph Database & Analytics leader, helps organisations find hidden relationships and patterns across billions of data connections deeply, easily and quickly. Customers leverage the structure of their connected data to reveal new ways of solving their most pressing business problems, from fraud detection, customer 360, knowledge graphs, supply chain, personalisation, IoT, network management and more – even as their data grows. Neo4j’s full graph stack delivers powerful native graph storage, data science, advanced analytics and visualisation, with enterprise-grade security controls, scalable architecture and ACID compliance. Neo4j’s community of data leaders comprises a vibrant, open-source community of more than 250,000 developers, data scientists and architects across hundreds of Fortune 500 companies, government agencies and NGOs. Visit neo4j.com