Talon Appoints Sean Scott as Asia Pacific Sales Director

New Sales Director to Accelerate Adoption of Talon FAST technology for APAC

Talon, the leading provider of enterprise-class file sharing solutions for distributed locations, has announced that Sean Scott has been appointed as the company’s Sales Director for the Asia Pacific region. Sean Scott joins the Talon management team as the company expands its software-defined storage expertise footprint into the Asian, Australian, and New Zealand technology markets.

Shirish Phatak

“Bringing Sean on board at Talon is an advantage for the company as his expertise in technology sales is vast and will undoubtedly expand our customer base,” said Shirish Phatak, CEO of Talon.

Shirish added, “Sean’s position also signals a new era of growth at Talon as the various markets in Asia, Australia, and New Zealand are heating up for us and require the full-time attention and dedication a sales director can provide.  We are looking forward to a robust 2018 in the region, with Sean at the helm.”

Scott has over 20 years’ experience in the technology industry, most recently serving as a sales manager at Symantec and Blue Coat and as a senior systems engineer, Australia, New Zealand at Packeteer.  Scott has a reputation for building channel development and enablement models that have been widely adopted in the APAC region and has achieved the rank of worldwide specialist in multiple products, recognized for his technical expertise.

“I’m ready to hit the ground running and introduce even more companies to the benefits of Talon technology,” said Sean Scott.

Sean Scott added, “Talon’s paradigm of “Think Global, Work Local, FAST” with the next generation of software-defined storage is the present and future of today’s global organizations. These businesses need Talon, and I am excited to begin strategizing widespread adoption of its offerings in the APAC region.  It’s an exciting time for me personally and for the company, too.”

Talon FAST is Talon’s flagship software that helps enterprises solve challenges around distributed file storage by centralizing corporate file data into traditional datacenters, private or public clouds while maintaining enterprise control and security.

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