Monday, 21 September 2020 12:20

Rajkovic leads ANZ sales at Commvault

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Data management vendor Commvault has appointed David Rajkovic to the role of ANZ area vice president of sales.

"I am excited to have David, a proven and well-respected leader in the industry to lead Commvault ANZ into the future," said Commvault APJ vice president of sales Callum Eade.

"David will bring immense value to our team, partners and customers in ANZ as we tap the growing SaaS market opportunities and be a critical member of the APJ regional leadership team as we drive to simplify, secure and unlock the value of our customers' data."

With over 20 years' experience in the ANZ technology sector, Rajkovic joins Commvault from Oracle where he most recently worked as head of sales for Oracle Cloud and Autonomous Database.

He previously spend a decade at Citrix, culminating in the role of APJ senior director of enterprise sales and solutions.

Earlier in his career Rajkovic worked as a solutions architect at Dimension Data (now NTT).


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