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Jon MillsJon Mills is the managing director and general manager of SEPATON for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA).  In this role he is responsible for the development and execution of sales strategy, professional services and technical support across the region.

Jon joined SEPATON in 2003 to spearhead the company’s launch in EMEA. Today he oversees SEPATON’s operations, partners and customers in Australia, France, Germany, India, Nigeria, Poland, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, UAE and UK.

 

In previous roles, Jon served as vice president EMEA for Auspex, global account director at EMC/DG, and acted as European Professional Services director at both DG and WANG. In 1975 he started out with GE as a software developer.

A software programmer by training, Jon gained his Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Newcastle University. He took his first software developer role with GE in 1975.  He is an active member of the storage and business communities and involved in organisations such as the Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) and the Institute of Directors (IoD).