Aled is the President & Chief Executive Officer of "Sauce Labs" and Welsh Government Envoy to the United States.
Sauce Labs delivers digital confidence as the provider of the world's most comprehensive and trusted continuous app and web testing cloud. With offices in Europe, Australia, Canada, Texas and headquartered in San Francisco, this 12 year old company enables more than 700 enterprise customers conduct over 3 million tests each day.
Appointed the Welsh Government Envoy to the United States in 2020, Aled assists in raising the profile of his home country Wales for inward investment, export and trade in general.
He is also the Chairman of “IoTium”, a SaaS provider for the secure Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) with offices in U.S. India, Japan and Australia. Backed by John Chambers (Chairman Emeritus, Cisco), Honeywell & GE Ventures, IoTium focuses on the massive increase in small sensors collectively capable of huge computational power.
He serves on the board of leading Australian cybersecurity company "Sapien", alongside Retired Lt. General James Clapper AO, former Director of National Intelligence to President Obama & chaired by The Hon Stephen Smith, former Australian Foreign Affairs, Defense & Trade Minister. Since December 2020, he serves on the board of publicly traded company Whispir (WSP: ASX) chaired by highly regarded industry veterans Brendan Fleiter and CEO Jeromy Wells.
Under the Presidency of H.R.H. The Prince of Wales, Aled also serves on the board of the National Conservatoire of Wales.
He is one of the three “Innovators-in-Residence’ at the University Southern California (USC) Viterbi School of Engineering and is also the founding board member of Wildstar.tv founded by the executive producers and directors of the award-winning BBC documentary “Planet Earth”.
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In 2016 Miles joined TeleSign Corporation as Chief Executive Officer. In 2018 he secured the $300m acquisition of TeleSign by BICS, (a Proximus, Swisscom, MTN joint venture).
From 2009 to 2015, he served on the executive committee of Symantec Corporation reporting to the CEO. He held responsibility for the global ‘Norton’ business unit navigating the $2 billion, 2,500-person consumer division. In 2014/15, Miles also rescued the Latin America geography, returning it to double-digit growth within 12 months.
In 2007, he relocated from the U.K. to the U.S. when he was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Cineflex Camera Systems LLC in Los Angeles. A global gyro-stabilized camera manufacturer for film and television, Cineflex provided the aerial cinematography in the landmark BBC series"Planet Earth" and "Frozen Planet” (winning a technical Emmy).