On Thursday, data protection and information management software company Commvault announced it welcomed a new leader to its C-suite.
Reza Morakabati will serve as chief information officer for the Tinton Falls-based company, leading corporate IT strategy and the deployment of its portfolio of products.
According to a blog post from Operations leader Gary Merrill, Morakabati’s addition will help to provide options and directives to decision-makers as they update their company’s IT infrastructures and scale overall operations.
“Given our focus on enabling our customers to be data ready, he will also be sharing his insight, problem-solving skills and thought leadership with both prospects and existing customers,” Merrill writes.
Morakabati joins Commvault from Puppet, where he served as vice president, Business Technology & Operations. During his time there, Morakabati was responsible for one of Puppet’s lowest attrition rates, Commvault said, owing to his emphasis on employee learning and skills development. Before Puppet, he worked held leadership positions in business operations at Pivotal and EMC.