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New general manager for Actifio on back of 'strong demand'

13 Oct 15

Actifio is ramping up its presence in the region after appointing Patrick O’Donnell as vice president and general manager for Asia Pacific.

O’Donnell, who has been with Actifio for three years, will be based the company’s new APAC hub of Sydney, and is in charge of growing the copy data virtualisation vendor’s presence in the region. 

The company, which has a number of customers across Australia and New Zealand, including the ASX, Westpac New Zealand and NSW Ambulance, says it is seeing 'strong market demand' for its solutions and services from Singapore to New Zealand'.

Jim Sullivan, Actifio president, says O’Donnell will focus on taking the vendor’s business ‘to the next level’.

“We already have a fantastic and experienced team on the ground across key APAC markets, and Patrick’s strong links with the corporate team and remarkable talent for aligning our interests with those of our customers will continue the upward march of this highly virtualised and critically important part of the world,” Sullivan says.

Most recently O’Donnell was responsible for leading Actifio’s sales operations for the region as part of the global sales leadership team, which saw him responsible for pricing, packaging and contracts for enterprise customers across Europe and Asia, and service provider customers globally.

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