Sanchez appointed as CommVault director
Data management solution provider, CommVault, has a new director of channel alliances and cloud in Asia-Pacific and Japan, Harvey Sanchez.
The move followed the creation of a new Asia-Pacific and Japan channel management team to further extend the ability to improve its partners’ strategic services offerings and streamline the integration of its software into data and information management solutions.
In his new role, Sanchez will focus on driving all partner and channel alliances within the region and growing partner revenue streams.
Sanchez has had over 23 years of experience in building and managing business teams across the Asia-Pacific market and a strong understanding of handling complex partner and customer communication programmes.
He most recently served as Microsoft Australia’s marketing director. During his nearly 20 year tenure at Microsoft, Sanchez was responsible for driving several Microsoft ventures across Asia-Pacific and Japan.
CommVault Asia-Pacific and Japan vice-president, Gerard Sillars, said Sanchez's appointment represent’s the company’s investment into the Asia-Pacific and Japan partner ecosystem.
"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," he added.
UXC Connect appoints Banks as new finance director
ICT infrastructure solutions and services company, UXC Connect, has appointed Wayne Banks as finance director.
Banks’ new role is to ensure the integrity of financial information across all of UXC Connect’s operations.
He aims to sustain and grow the company’s financial position in the market and explore new avenues to drive and expand its financial success.
“I believe my extensive financial experience in the IT industry will complement the senior management team and its future direction and I look forward to working closely with our customers,” Banks said.
According to UXC Connect CEO, Ian Poole, Banks’ experience across the local and international financial landscape will help to grow and strengthen the company.
His career spans more than 23 years and his most recent role was as CFO and vice-president of CSC A/NZ.
He worked in a range of roles at CSC, as its commercial finance manager and director of consulting and innovation services. Prior to that, he also was the financial controller for sterling software.
Noviello promoted to NetApp executive vice-president and CFO
Storage and data management solution provider, NetApp, will be promoting Nicholas Noviello as its executive vice-president and CFO on Jan 1, 2012.
Steve Gomo, who formerly held the position, will be retiring in a planned transition effective from December 31. The transition in leadership is the result of a planned management succession process.
Noviello was previously senior vice-president of finance and global controller. He joined the company in 2008 as vice-president and corporate controller, where he was involved in NetApp’s financial strategy, operational cadence and business decision making.
Before NetApp, Noviello held positions at Honeywell International and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC). At Honeywell, he was CFO of two global business units.
NetApp president and CEO,Tom Georgens, said, “I am pleased that Nick will become the CFO upon Steve’s retirement. He has demonstrated commitment to NetApp’s vision and values and has been an outstanding leader within the finance organisation.”
Gomo has been with the company since 2002 and has been responsible for the company's finance, workplace resources and investor relations functions.
According to Georgens, Gomo has helped the company in building a business model, financial strategy and building its balance sheet.