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Commvault coy on change to local distributors

Commvault coy on change to local distributors

Two months after becoming Commvault’s second local distributor, Value Added Distributors (VAD) looks set to become its sole representative here from next month, as the data management vendor cuts its ties with Datastor.

While Commvault declined to confirm the new arrangement, VAD sales director Stuart Alexander says it is getting ready to advise the channel of the change.

“We’re delighted that Commvault has made this decision. Our Commvault consultant Simon Probert will have a full suite of products to work with and we will be training our staff on the product range.”

VAD was appointed a nationwide distributor for Commvault in September.

Datastor sales and marketing manager Dave Rosenberg says the company has little to say about the deal.

“For us it will have very little impact, as it was such a small part of our business.”

Reseller News approached Commvault Australia and New Zealand channel sales director Andy Milburn for comment, but he could not confirm the changes to the company’s distribution here, saying an official announcement is yet to be made.


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