Nutanix appoints new Channel and OEM activities lead in EMEA

September 26, 2019 • People

Nutanix appoints new Channel and OEM activities lead in EMEA

Nutanix appoints new Channel and OEM activities lead in EMEA.

Cloud computing company, Nutanix announced on Thursday, 26 September 2019, that it has appointed Cyril VanAgt to lead its Channel and OEM activities in the Europe, Middle East and Africa region. VanAgt will be responsible for overseeing all of Nutanix’s go-to-market relationships with resellers, distributors, regional system integrators and technology partners in the EMEA region as well as providing them with the capabilities needed to apply the company’s cutting-edge technologies.

Before joining Nutanix, Vanagt was educated at the ISEN Institut Supérieur d’Electronique et du Numérique in France – earning a degree in microelectronics, computer sciences and telecommunications engineering. He also holds a postgraduate qualification from the Télécom Paris institution in Image Processing & Television Systems.

VanAgt, who joined Nutanix in October 2014, was previously responsible for channel sales in the Southern European territories of the EMEA region. By 2018, he restructured the Nutanix distribution network and built a strong channel ecosystem. According to the company, VanAgt enabled the readiness and autonomy of Nutanix channel partners in France, Italy, Iberia, Switzerland and French-speaking Africa, turning this region into a model for collaboration between Nutanix and its channel network.

Sammy Zoghlami, Senior Vice President of Sales for Europe, Middle East & Africa, says “I am delighted to have Cyril lead our Channel and OEM operations in EMEA. These relationships are critical routes to market for Nutanix and its solutions, and Cyril’s vast experience in technology partnering and implementation will see these partners gain maximum benefit and value from what these innovative products have to offer them.”

Edited by Jenna Cook

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