Commvault has announced the merging of the APJ and EMEA organisations into one organisation led by SVP and GM at Commvault International, Marco Fanizzi, who has expanded the business, since his appointment as EMEA leader 2 years ago.
The new international region will comprise of more 150 national markets with all regions to be represented directly to regional management level.
“As we begin our new financial year as a leader in a very competitive industry, we must remain focused on prioritising our investments on the ability to scale and accelerate our growth globally,” said Commvault Chief Revenue Officer, Riccardo Di Blasio. “While geo-political and economic events still challenge the global economy, we can be assured that data management, protection and utilisation will only become more business critical for every organisation anywhere in the world.”
“Our success as this integrated, International region will be built on celebrating, and equally representing the incredible diversity within our organisation, but based on the clear fact that each of our teams already share more similarities than differences – especially in terms of proven business success and best practices,” said Marco Fanizzi, SVP and GM at Commvault International.
The clear threat of cyber-attacks is obviously recognised by the Australian Federal Government as seen through its commitment of $9.9 billion over the next 10 years to develop adequate cybersecurity measures for the country.
David Rajkovic, Area Vice President Australia and New Zealand at Commvault International concludes, “Commvault has been building its presence in Australia for years and during that time we have developed trusted relationships with customers and partners across the country. We will continue to deliver the world class service that our customers expect and remain committed to building our presence and client relationships in a competitive industry. This new International structure will allow us to scale our go-to-market initiatives across the world bringing benefits to our customers as well as our business in Australia and New Zealand.”