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Friday, 19 August 2011 16:48

CommVault appoints channel, cloud director


Technology solutions provider, CommVault has beefed up its Asia Pacific team with the appointment of a veteran industry specialist and former Microsoft Australia marketing head, as director of its channel alliances and cloud business.

{loadpositon peter}ComVault VP Asia Pacific and Japan, Gerard Sillars, said Harvey Sanchez had joined CommVault as the new director of Channel Alliances and Cloud for APJ.

According to Sillars, CommVault is enjoying 'considerable growth' across the APJ region, and the company's channel partnership strategies were critical to this continued success.

'We're pleased to welcome senior leaders like Harvey to our team. His experience in developing proven programmes and relationships that empower channel and distribution partners to better answer their customers' requirements will bring significant value to all CommVault users across the region."

Sillars said the appointment of Sanchez would further extend the ability of CommVault's partners to improve their strategic services offerings  and streamline the integration of  CommVault Simpana software into their data and information management solutions to 'solve the business challenges of customers' physical, virtual and cloud computing environments.'

Sanchez has more than 23 years experience in the Asia Pacific market, most recently, as marketing director for Microsoft Australia.

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