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Gigamon Picks Hatchuel as ANZ Manager
Wed, 24th May 2023

Gigamon, the deep observability company, has announced the appointment of Jonathan Hatchuel as the new Country Manager for Australia and New Zealand. Hatchuel, previously the Sales Director of Commvault and with a background in Accenture Australia and Oracle, aims to accelerate the sales of Gigamon's visibility and cybersecurity solutions in the region.

Expressing his enthusiasm, Hatchuel states, "I am delighted to be leading the talented team at Gigamon in Australia and what I would consider to be a favourable time." He emphasized the importance of Gigamon's solutions in a landscape where customers are striving to achieve more with limited resources while transitioning and expanding their workloads in the cloud.

Furthermore, Hatchuel acknowledged the growing challenges posed by increasingly sophisticated cybersecurity threats. He believed that Gigamon's offerings hold immense value in addressing these concerns, stating, "Every customer I speak to is also battling ever-increasing and more sophisticated cybersecurity threats, and this is where Gigamon shows real value."

In the coming months, Hatchuel outlined his priorities, which include engaging with customers, revitalizing Gigamon's channel go-to-market strategy, and highlighting the trifecta of value that Gigamon brings: optimization, automation, and security. He commended Gigamon's ANZ team for their commitment to delivering value to customers, citing recent case studies involving Transurban and Australian National University as evidence.

"I can't wait to share the value that other customers are receiving from our truly unique solution set," Hatchuel adds eagerly.

With Jonathan Hatchuel at the helm, Gigamon is poised to expand its presence in Australia and New Zealand, offering innovative solutions that optimize, automate, and secure operations while addressing the mounting cybersecurity challenges faced by organizations.