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Nutanix appoints Rob Tribe as vice president of Systems Engineering in EMEA

Nutanix appoints Rob Tribe as vice president of Systems Engineering in EMEA

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Rob Tribe, Vice President, Systems Engineering, EMEA at Nutanix.

Nutanix, a global provider of private cloud, hybrid and multi-cloud computing solutions, has appointed Rob Tribe as vice president, Systems Engineering, for the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region.

Promoted from his previous role as senior director, Systems Engineering, Tribe will play a strategic role in supporting Nutanix’s expansion in EMEA, while assuming overall responsibility for the company’s growing team of systems engineers in the region. Within this remit, Tribe will oversee the teams that provide pre-sales consulting, technical guidance and assistance to customers and channel partners.

With over 25 years’ experience in enterprise technology, Tribe was one of the first two EMEA Nutanix employees, joining in 2012. In his most recent role as senior director of Systems Engineering at Nutanix, Tribe was responsible for all technical resources in the region as they engage with end-users and channel and OEM partners.

Andrew Brinded, Vice President and General Manager EMEA Sales, Nutanix, said: “As a longstanding Nutanix employee, Rob has been pivotal in the many stages of the company’s evolution. He is a talented and respected leader with the technical knowledge, industry relationships and business acumen to help guide the EMEA business to the next level.”

Tribe said: “Throughout my years at Nutanix, I have seen the company evolve at breakneck speed, delivering the constant innovation required to delight our customers and partners. Thanks to our commitment to delivering both innovation and simplicity, the opportunity ahead of us is still immense and I am honoured to be part of the team that will drive that next stage of growth.”

Prior to his role at Nutanix, Tribe was one of the earliest VMware employees in EMEA, where his responsibilities covered the channel, end-user enterprise accounts and ultimately running the Northern European Channel Systems Engineering teams.

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