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Platform Computing appoints new VP for worldwide sales

Platform Computing has appointed Ian Miller as vice president of worldwide sales, responsible for expanding the global organisation to support increased demand for Platform products and the company’s long-term growth strategy. Miller will be a member of Platform’s senior leadership team.

Miller brings a blend of experience in the enterprise and high performance computing (HPC) software markets in Asia, Europe and North America. Prior to joining Platform Computing, Miller served as senior vice president of sales and marketing at Cray. Before joining Cray, he was vice president of worldwide sales for PolyServe and vice president of sales for PolyServe software at HP after Polyserve’s acquisition by HP. He was also vice president of worldwide marketing and vice president of Asia Pacific at Sequent Computer and, upon its acquisition by IBM, worked as IBM’s vice president of sales for High-End xSeries Servers. Earlier in his career, Ian held senior sales positions at Software AG and Unisys. Miller holds a Bachelor of Science with honours in Economics from Queen Mary, University of London.

'Ian’s extensive track record in international sales and marketing will be a strong asset in building out our go-to-market efforts, integrating our global sales team and accelerating revenue growth,' said Peter Nichol, general manager, Platform Computing. 'I look forward to leveraging his in-depth industry knowledge to continue to grow and service our solid installed customer base across all vertical industries and implement creative go-to-market strategies that will accelerate new customer adoption.'

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