Commvault names Di Blasio its new chief revenue officer

Commvault, a Tinton Falls-based data management software company, announced Monday it has appointed Riccardo Di Blasio its new chief revenue officer.

Di Blasio will be responsible for heading all revenue-based activities at the company.

Di Blasio, who has more than two decades of leadership experience in global sales, marketing and business operations, most recently served as global head of sales for VMware Cloud Platform Services.

“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,” Commvault CEO Sanjay Mirchandani said. “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.”

Before Cloud Platform Services, Di Blasio was CEO at Globetouch Inc. and chief operating officer at Cohesity. Previous to those roles, he served in varying capacities at VMware and EMC Corp.

“Commvault’s impeccable track record of innovation, industry leadership and ecosystem of overwhelmingly passionate customers and partners made the decision to join the company an easy one,” Di Blasio said. “I am very fortunate to be joining a very high caliber leadership team that is united in its vision for solving complex data problems. I look forward to hitting the ground running to drive increased opportunities and revenue growth behind the power of Commvault’s portfolio of strategic offerings.”