Friday, 22 March 2019 11:16

Veritas appoints industry veteran Forsythe as marketing chief

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Tim Forsythe, Veritas Tim Forsythe, Veritas

Data protection and software-defined storage vendor Veritas Technologies has appointed 25-year marketing veteran Tim Forsythe as chief marketing officer.

Forsythe joins Veritas from Pure Storage, where he served as chief marketing officer. Prior to that, he was responsible for Worldwide Digital Marketing at Dell Technologies and was previously senior vice-president of Corporate Marketing at Dell EMC.

Forsythe also and held marketing leadership roles at Salesforce, Oracle and Cisco.

“Todd’s experience across cloud, software, hardware and services will help us accelerate our growth and reach new customers and partners,” said Veritas chief executive Greg Hughes.

“I could not be more excited to join the Veritas team,” Forsythe said.

“As the market leader in enterprise data management, Veritas has an amazing brand and an immense opportunity to engage customers in creative ways.”

Forsythe will be based at Veritas’ new Santa Clara, California headquarters.

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