NetApp Elevates Henry Kho to Lead in Greater China, ASEAN and South Korea


NetApp, renowned for its intelligent data infrastructure solutions, has named Henry Kho as the new area vice president and general manager overseeing its operations in Greater China, ASEAN, and South Korea (GCASK). With his base in Singapore, Kho will spearhead the company's comprehensive business strategy and steer its go-to-market initiatives in the region. His focal points encompass enhancing NetApp's partner network and solidifying its position as a frontrunner in hybrid cloud and all-flash technologies.

“GCASK is a region marked by its vast diversity and growth. Kho’s strategic vision and grasp of the complex business landscape position him perfectly to help organizations seize the data transformation opportunities ahead”, said Andrew Sotiropoulos, Senior Vice President and General Manager, NetApp Asia Pacific. “With Kho leading the charge, I am confident we will solidify our standing as the intelligent data infrastructure company in the region, empowering our customers to leverage data simply, securely, and sustainably across their entire estate”, he added.

“I am thrilled to embark on this new chapter of my career with NetApp, especially at a time when AI adoption is rapidly accelerating and data-centric business models are becoming paramount", Kho said. “Together with the talented teams across the region, I am committed to helping our customers optimize their data infrastructure and unlock their data's full potential to drive productivity, innovation, and impactful business outcomes".

Bringing with him more than twenty years of expertise in the technology sector, Henry Kho possesses a track record of steering regional teams and cultivating pivotal partnerships. Prior to his tenure at NetApp, he held the role of division vice president for the Asia Pacific region at Sprinklr, where he adeptly guided a cross-market team, propelling the region to the forefront of the company's achievements. Kho has also held notable leadership roles at Salesforce and established Infinix, a software consultancy venture, earlier in his professional journey.

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