Riccardo Di Blasio will serve as chief revenue officer for Commvault, the data protection and information management software firm announced on Tuesday.
Di Blasio will integrate and align business areas in the new role, serving as lead for all revenue-related activities for the Tinton Falls-based company.
According to Commvault, Di Blasio comes to the position with more than 20 years of leadership experience in marketing, global sales and business operations, and specialization in several technology stack segments including infrastructure platforms, As-a-Service models, Internet of Things, connected cars, autonomous driving, and more. He most recently led DXC Technology as global head of sales for VMware Cloud Platform Services.
Di Blasio’s has additionally served as chief executive officer at Globetouch Inc. and chief operating officer at Cohesity.
“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 Commvault CEO Sanjay Mirchandani in a prepared statement. “His deep experience and diverse skill set for driving increased efficiencies within global sales organizations will be a tremendous asset for our company and ideally position him to lead our next stage of growth.”