Commvault has announced the appointment of Kate Mollett as its Regional Director for a newly expanded Commvault Africa organisation.
a recognised global enterprise software leader in the management of data across cloud and on-premises environments, today announced the appointment of Kate Mollett as its Regional Director for a newly expanded Commvault Africa organisation.
Mollett will oversee the company’s Africa region with a focus on extending the company’s market share and leveraging Commvault’s expanding portfolio, including its market leading BaaS Metallic offering, into new markets across the continent.
The company looks to leverage its well established partner network across the region, while looking for new partnerships to realise the huge market opportunity in many African markets.
With over 26 years of technology experience, Mollett joins Commvault from Veeam, where she filled the roles of Regional Manager for Sub Saharan Africa and more recently, Regional Manager for Africa.
With a rich experience in Enterprise leadership roles in other global, blue-chip companies including Dell EMC, Microsoft and Dimension Data, Mollett’s insight, market understanding and long term competitive analysis of Commvault offerings marks a new era for Commvault across the continent, based on new relationships, proven sales methodologies and diversity and inclusion priorities.
Commenting on her appointment Mollett said, “I am delighted to join Commvault both because of the opportunity to meet personal and professional growth goals, but even more importantly because of the incredible proven track record of technology leadership combined with recent record-breaking business growth both locally and globally.”
Wael Mustafa, Area Vice President, Commvault Middle East, Turkey & Africa (META) adds, “I am extremely excited about Kate’s appointment and look forward to the new perspectives, relationships and opportunities she brings with her to this new role. Her competitive insight on Commvault will provide a unique perspective to drive this expanding regional business forward, and that success will be critical to my regional business, as well as Commvault’s wider EMEA and global business growth.”
The company says Mollett has also been entrenched in initiatives and projects relating to women in technology. She plans to continue with her role of being an ambassador for female talent for Commvault locally, globally and within the African regional IT sector as a whole.