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Infinidat appoints new Head of Solutions Architecture for South Africa

October 30, 2018 • People

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Eugene Beauzec, Head of Solutions Architecture for the South African division.

Infinidat has appointed Eugene Beauzec as Head of Solutions Architecture for their South African division. The appointment follows Infinidat’s strategic establishment of a local presence earlier this year, with Hayden Sadler at the helm, as Country Manager.

Hayden Sadler, Country Manager for South Africa at Infinidat said, “Eugene will form an important component in strengthening our local pre-sales and technical support offering. Infinidat already has a comprehensive offering and with the addition of Eugene as Head or Solutions Architecture, we can reinforce our capabilities in the region.”

Beauzec brings a wealth of experience in the field of data governance, data management and enterprise storage, as well as a deep understanding of the Infinidat suite of solutions. As a result, he will assist in bolstering Head of Solutions Architecture’s growth in the South African market, utilising his skill sets to design and support the company’s solutions. Moreover, this in-depth knowledge and expertise in information management will also be extended to the channel and their end-user customers, delivering simplified data management solutions.

Beauzec said, “I look forward to assisting our channel partners to deliver the most cost-effective, reliable and performance driven solutions to end-users, providing them with an ‘edge’ and delivering real business value. In addition, I’m excited to make use of my technical expertise to ensure maximum support in this region.

“Our approach to data storage is future-defined and built for real-world, enterprise workloads. Moreover, customers need performance, reliability and scale, all at an affordable price. Eugene’s role will provide customers with data intelligence technologies without having to ‘trade-off’ any one of those requirements,” concluded Sadler.

Edited By Darryl Linington
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