Commvault appoints Riccardo Di Blasio as Chief Revenue Officer
May 17th, 2019

Commvault, a recognised global enterprise software leader in the management of data for cloud and on-premises environments, today announced the appointment of Riccardo Di Blasio to Chief Revenue Officer.

In this role, Di Blasio will be responsible for leading all revenue-related activities through increased integration and alignment across all areas of the business.

Di Blasio brings to Commvault more than two decades of experience with leadership roles in global sales, marketing and business operations – all focused on accelerating revenue growth strategies.

He has proven expertise in B2B enterprise markets with deep specialisation in several segments of the technology stack, including Infrastructure platforms, As-a-Service models, Internet of Things, Connected Cars, Autonomous Driving and more.

“I am very pleased that Riccardo has joined our team and look forward to working closely with him as the company increases its focus on simplification and driving execution excellence to achieve predictable and responsible growth,” said Sanjay Mirchandani, Commvault’s CEO. “His deep experience and diverse skill set for driving increased efficiencies within global sales organisations will be a tremendous asset for our company and ideally position him to lead our next stage of growth.”

Most recently, Di Blasio led DXC Technology as Global Head of Sales for VMware Cloud Platform Services. Prior to that role, he was CEO at Globetouch, Inc., leading the company growth in the IoT and connected cars industry, and COO at Cohesity, where he significantly grew the sales and support organisations while expanding global operations and achieving double digit growth in sales.

Previous to those positions, he served in various leadership roles for more than a decade across US and EMEA, as Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing at VMware and EMC Corporation.

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