Unitrends Strengthens Senior Management Team
Company welcomes Brad Miller as CFO, promotes James Legg to EVP and general manager, and expands veteran Mark Campbell’s role to CTO and CMO.
With this dual position, Campbell will continue to oversee Unitrends’ corporate and technical strategies, and will also now lead the company’s worldwide marketing efforts. The expansion of Unitrends’ senior management team is the latest demonstration of the company’s commitment to scaling the business in support of its rapid global growth.
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Miller brings a wealth of financial and managerial experience to his role as CFO of Unitrends, having served in prominent financial executive positions at several global technology companies. Prior to joining Unitrends, he was the CFO at ikaSystems, where he oversaw the company’s financial operations. Before ikaSytems, Miller served as the CFO of Emptoris, where he led the sale and subsequent integration of the company into IBM. Miller has also held CFO and other financial executive positions at public technology companies, including Aspen Technology, Viisage (acquired by L-1 Identity Solutions), Sonus Networks, Sapient (acquired by Publicis) and Wang Global (acquired by Getronics, N.V.). Miller got his start in the financial world as a certified public accountant with the international public accounting firm Coopers & Lybrand.
EVP and GM James Legg has been promoted from his previous position of GM. Legg was formerly CEO of PHD Virtual, which was acquired by Unitrends in 2013. He has more than 23 years of managerial and sales experience, as well as a proven track record of building and growing companies. Prior to PHD Virtual, Legg served as the vice president (VP) of worldwide sales and sales operations at Idera. Previously, Legg served as the VP of sales at NetIQ Corporation, where he helped orchestrate the acquisition of PentaSafe Security Technologies. Legg started his career in management at BMC Software, where he opened and managed the company’s first remote North American office.
“Brad, James and Mark bring strong leadership skills, decades of industry experience and demonstrated track records of success,” said Mike Coney, CEO of Unitrends. “We’ve built a rock-solid senior management team that will drive global business and prepare our company for its next stage of hyper-growth.”
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