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Maurizio Garavello Joins Dynatrace as Asia-Pacific Chief

By: DT News Network
April, 12, 2019

Software Intelligence company Dynatrace welcomesMaurizio Garavello to the team, appointing him as the new Chief for the APAC region.

Maurizio joins Dynatrace after spending 14 years with security vendor Forcepoint, where he held the position of VP Global Channel Sales.

His new role at Dynatrace will play a key part in the company’s vision, as the Software Intelligence vendor embarks on its next phase of hyper-growth and driving revenue success across the region, including both matured and developing markets of India, Japan and China.

“I love to build businesses, and it’s rare to get the opportunity to work with an agile young company that can deliver true value to enterprise customers. I’m looking forward to working with a highly experienced and successful team, and taking a strategic approach to growing the APAC business,” Garavello said.

“Dynatrace is seeing strong success and experiencing unprecedented growth globally with its All-in-one platform, that allow businesses accelerate their digital transformation, innovations, and deliver unrivalled user experiences,” Garavello continued. “In addition, we’ve also just been recognized as a Leader in the 2019 Gartner Magic Quadrant for APM, positioned highest for ability to execute and furthest for completeness in vision. This makes me very proud of what I am about to embark on.”

“Dynatrace is continuing its rapid global acquisition of enterprise customers with a focus on strengthening and expanding our partners across the region. Maurizio is a proven leader with a strong commitment to customers and partners. With over 20 plus years’ industry experience around the world, Maurizio brings significant passion and expertise in developing and managing strategies to Dynatrace,” said Steve Pace, VP Global Sales, for Dynatrace.




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