Commvault appoints Rachel Ler as VP & GM, APJ markets

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Mumbai: Commvault has appointed Rachel Ler as VP & GM, APJ markets. Ler has been elevated from the role of AVP – South East Asia, HongKong, Taiwan and Korea markets to APJ markets.

With this new role, Ler will be expanding her responsibilities to all APJ markets, including ANZ, India, China, and Japan.

Ler’s appointment follows the availability of Metallic in APJ—the first region to launch the SaaS-delivered data management solution outside of North America. This offering will continue to drive significant growth and expansion with service providers and large enterprise organisations across the region.

“APJ represents a critical growth opportunity for Commvault, to continue our commitment to region-wide responsibility and repeatable market share extension,” said Riccardo Di Blasio, CRO – Commvault.

“I know Rachel will be an outstanding leader, customer advocate, mentor, and team builder that leads us on our mission to accelerate growth across a region that has great potential,” added Di Blasio.

“My appointment to this role within Commvault coincides with an unprecedented period of challenge and change for both the regional and global economy,” said Rachel Ler.

“In a year of great transformation, our customers, partners and teams have demonstrated incredible resilience and passion, it is a real honor to be given this opportunity to lead APJ in this crucial but exciting time. I look forward to creating meaningful customer experiences in their data journey and success for the business,” she added.

Ler brings a proven track record of achieving unprecedented growth and customer success through the implementation of a consistent, repeatable, and scalable sales model across all of Commvault’s ASEAN, Hong Kong, Korea, and Taiwan regions.

Singapore based Ler joined Commvault in April 2020 from Dell Technologies and has been with the company for the past nine months. In past, she held multiple multiple regional leadership positions at Dell Technologies, Nimble Storage, and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE).

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