Layoffs ahead: Nutanix reveals plans to cut 270 jobs in global restructuring

The job cuts have been laid out in a SEC filing with the vendor expecting to complete the ‘cost cutting measures’ by October

Kelsey Rees
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Layoffs ahead: Nutanix reveals plans to cut 270 jobs in global restructuring

Nutanix plans to axe its global headcount by 270 employees, representing four per cent of the vendor's total workforce.  The group said in a US SEC filing the cuts follow a review of its business structure, and have been announced after taking other cost cutting measures to reduce expenses.  Moreover, the layoffs are also part of Nutanix's ongoing efforts to "drive towards profitable growth."   The company said it expects to complete "substantially all" of the headcount reduction by ...

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