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Commvault's New Channel Chief Mercer Rowe On Working With ‘Act Two’ Of The Firm

Rowe, who just this month took over as Commvault's new channel chief, talks with CRN during Commvault Go about why he joined the company and what it will take to make its channel even stronger after the company missed a few opportunities.

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Mercer Rowe Takes Over Commvault Channel Reins

Data protection and management technology developer Commvault used the partner portion of its Commvault Go 2019 conference to introduce Mercer Rowe as its new channel chief, and in particular its new vice president of global channels and alliances.

Rowe, with a long channel history at companies like IBM and VMware, is reporting to Riccardo Di Blasio, Commvault's new chief revenue officer. He also has a history with some of Commvault's top executives including CEO Sanjay Mirchandani and Chief Revenue Officer Riccardo Di Blasio, both of whom also only this year joined the company.

Rowe, as Commvault's channel chief, leads the company's global channels and alliances program. He takes over part of the portfolio held by Owen Taraniuk, Commvault's former global head of partnerships and market development who left the company in early April.

CRN had a chance to meet with Rowe a few hours after his new role was unveiled, and discussed what about Commvault's channels he likes, where he would like to make changes, and how Commvault is becoming more dependent on the channel. For insights into where Commvault's channel program is heading, turn the page.

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