John Beaumont leaves CommVault

John Beaumont leaves CommVault

Departs after six years with the company

John Beaumont (Left) at Commvault's Melbourne Cup event in Sydney

John Beaumont (Left) at Commvault's Melbourne Cup event in Sydney

John Beaumont has left data and information management company, CommVault, after a six-year tenure.

Beaumont's recently updated Linkedin profile shows that he left the company in December 2015, and that he is now “exploring new opportunities”.

He joined CommVault as an account manager in September 2009 from NetApp where he held a similar role. In April 2011, Beaumont was appointed NetApp Alliance manager Asia-Pacific and Japan, a post he held for two years and six months after which he moved up to Alliances manager and director of alliances in the Asia-Pacific region.

His last role at CommVault saw him lead the company’s alliance strategy for the region and shoulder responsibility for the relationships between business units across Australian, New Zealand, Korean, Japanese, India, Greater China and ASEAN markets.

ARN reached out to Beaumont and CommVault for comment but neither had responded at the time of publication.

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