Informatica, an enterprise cloud data management company, announced it has named Richard Scott managing director for Australia and New Zealand.

Scott will be responsible for building on Informatica’s market-leading success to rapidly grow further share of the enterprise cloud data management market across the region.

Richard Scott, MD Informatica

He will focus on heightening the company’s strategic engagement with customers to drive further value for their businesses as they accelerate their data-driven digital transformations, in addition to scaling the Informatica business through partners such as Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, Amazon Web Services, and global and local systems integrators.

He reports to Tony Frey, general manager, Sales & Operations, Asia Pacific.

“We are delighted to welcome Richard to Informatica. His proven track record of accelerating revenue growth for enterprise software businesses will further strengthen Informatica’s market position in Australia and New Zealand,” said Frey.

“He will be an invaluable member of our APAC leadership team as we increase incremental revenue, expand market share, and drive greater differentiation to accelerate Informatica’s continued growth.”

Scott joins Informatica with more than 20 years of senior leadership experience gained at large technology companies including Microsoft, SAP and IBM.

Prior to joining Informatica, Richard served as Azure Enterprise Director at Microsoft Australia, leading the Enterprise Sales group and solutions teams.

Scott said, “I am thrilled to join Informatica to drive its next phase of growth in Australia and New Zealand. Informatica’s preeminent market leadership in cloud data management and its strong partnerships with ecosystem providers, uniquely positions us to deliver significant value for businesses seeking safe passage of their data to the cloud.”

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