By continuing to redefine data protection, Commvault will widen its competitive advantage while furthering its customers’ advantages.
Sarv Saravanan has been brought on board by enterprise data protection company Commvault as its first chief customer officer, according to a statement.
In building and driving global customer-centric development and delivery organisations, he has extensive experience, and most recently, he led Microsoft’s Global Delivery Center, which engages with the company’s biggest customers and their strategic partners to accelerate cloud transformations.
“Sarv joins at a pivotal time,” said Sanjay Mirchandani, Commvault president and CEO. “In today’s hybrid cloud world, customers need proactive and resilient data protection solutions that reduce complexity and deliver truly exceptional experiences. With Sarv’s leadership, we will continue to exceed these expectations.”
“In an industry facing threats that are more autonomous than ever before, customers are looking for unparalleled cyber resiliency know-how and an aggressive roadmap that harnesses the power of AI with the ease of SaaS,” said Saravanan.
“By continuing to redefine data protection, Commvault will widen its competitive advantage while furthering its customers’ advantages,” he added.
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