NetApp appoints Sanjay Rohatgi as senior vice president and general manager for Asia Pacific (APAC).
Based in Singapore, Rohatgi is responsible for leading NetApp’s business and operations for the region, with a focus on driving customer and business growth.
From now on, he will also be responsible for strengthening engagement with channel partners to help deepen customer engagement and success.
Rohatgi reports to Henri Richard, executive vice president, Worldwide Field and Customer Operations.
Rohatgi brings more than two decades of experience in helping enterprise and commercial customers with their digital transformation efforts to drive business growth. Prior to joining NetApp, he served as senior vice president and general manager for Asia Pacific and Japan at Symantec.
Before that, he was managing director for Cisco’s telecom business in India. He has also held various senior leadership roles with Nortel Networks in Hong Kong, Telstra and BHP Billiton in Australia, and British Telecom in the UK.
“Sanjay is a proven leader who aligns market delivery with business strategy, especially in companies experiencing rapid growth and transformation in the complex APAC region,” said Henri Richard, executive vice president, Worldwide Field and Customer Operations. “His skills in partnering with APAC teams and understanding the APAC business landscape will be key to driving our continued growth. We are excited to have Sanjay as part of the NetApp team.”
Sanjay Rohatgi, senior vice president and general manager for Asia Pacific at NetApp, said, “The speed and scale with which enterprises in this diverse market and region modernize and innovate digitally is astonishing. Connecting their data to any cloud, anywhere, is crucial to leapfrog the competition, and there is no better partner for that than NetApp. I’m excited about the opportunity to expand NetApp’s business and, thanks to our data fabric vision, I believe we can bring NetApp to even greater heights.”
NetApp has been supporting a hybrid approach since 2015 to ensure that companies have access to critical business data.
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