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Millenniata Hires Norm Williams as VP of Sales and Marketing

Millenniata announced the continued expansion of its executive team with the appointment of Norm Williams as Vice President of Sales and Marketing. Williams will be responsible for all aspects of sales and marketing, rolling out Millenniata’s technology to the world.

According to the statement, Williams’ career includes over 20 years’ experience in startup, high-growth and mature hardware and software companies. His career began at Seagate in various sales and account management positions. He continued in the storage industry to Conner Peripherals were he held various senior-level domestic and international sales and sales management positions. During his tenure at Conner Peripherals, the company was recognized as the fastest-growing manufacturing startup in U.S. history, achieving Fortune 500 status in its third year of operation. After Conner Peripherals, he has held various executive level positions. He has taken four sales organizations from under $20 million in annual revenue per year to well over $100 million within a short timeframe. He is a results-oriented executive who has developed successful sales organizations. He specializes in building organizations in high-growth environments, both in the domestic and international marketplaces.

“Hiring Norm is key to help us bring our new and disruptive technology to market. I believe Norm’s experience in high-growth technology companies will help us build the relationships and foundation necessary to grow Millenniata’s business quickly and efficiently,” says Finis Conner, CEO of Millenniata. “I am excited to work with him again to take what we did at Conner Peripherals and apply that recipe for success to Millenniata.”

“I am excited about Millenniata’s technology and the reception it has received in the market. A truly disruptive storage technology like this does not come around very often. Millenniata has set a new standard for longevity of digital storage by using higher laser power to etch data into a rock-like recording layer. This technology opens up new possibilities for long-term storage strategies that could not have even been considered before the Millenniata Solution,” said Williams.

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