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Greg Mancusi-Ungaro VP Marketing, Sepaton

He worked at open source start-up Ximian, acquired by Novell.
This is a Press Release edited by on 2011.02.02

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SEPATON, Inc. announced the appointment of Greg Mancusi-Ungaro to vice president of marketing.  

With more than 20 years of leadership experience in product and corporate marketing, Mancusi-Ungaro will assume the helm of SEPATON’s marketing organization responsible for all marketing on a global basis, including strategy development, messaging and positioning, lead generation, public relations, partner programs and product marketing.  He will report directly to Mike Thompson, executive vice president of worldwide sales and marketing.
Mancusi-Ungaro joins SEPATON at an inflection point in its growth. "SEPATON exited 2010 with significant, highly competitive wins in new accounts and strong expansion across our install base; and we kicked-off the New Year with a next generation data protection platform unrivaled in performance and scale," said Thompson. "Greg’s talents will play an especially critical role as we enhance our market presence and position ourselves for greater growth domestically and abroad.  We welcome him to SEPATON and look forward to benefiting from his innovation and deep skill base."
"The data protection market is in transition, and with its massively parallel, scalable data protection platform, SEPATON is poised to take full advantage of new market opportunities, especially in cloud-enabled data protection architectures," said Mancusi-Ungaro. "I am very excited about joining the SEPATON team, and developing and implementing marketing strategies to take our business to the next level."
Over the past 20 years, Mancusi-Ungaro has held senior marketing positions in technology companies ranging from start-up to leaders in their respective markets. He is best known for his work at open source start-up Ximian, which was acquired by Novell. During his tenure as director of marketing for Linux and Open Source at Novell, he was a leader of Novell’s worldwide Linux and open source marketing efforts, developing and refining Novell’s approach to marketing open source technologies in the enterprise space and serving as key company spokesperson on open source issues and direction. While at Novell, Mancusi-Ungaro developed Novell’s Lizard Blizzard strategy and was one of the co-founders of the award-winning openSUSE project. He also held senior marketing leadership positions at Lotus/IBM, Webhire, Deltek Systems, and Health Allianze.

Mancusi-Ungaro holds a bachelor’s degree in physics from Hamilton College.