StorageCraft pushes into enterprise

StorageCraft pushes into enterprise

The vendor has appointed Noel Allnutt to help drive its ambition to penetrate the enterprise market

Back up and disaster recovery vendor, StorageCraft, has appointed Noel Allnutt as Sales Manager across A/NZ.

He will be responsible for driving growth into enterprise markets.

Allnutt was previously with distributor Westcon, looking after enterprise solutions vendor F5 and pushing their technology through channel partners that included large systems integrators, mid-tier partners and niche security specialists.

StorageCraft Asia-Pacific vice-president, Richard Giddey, said with Allnutt on board it was launching a major push for more mid-market to enterprise accounts.

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