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Sepaton’s Amy Lipton Named New Member of The Boston Club

Sepaton, Inc., maker of the world's fastest and most scalable data protection solutions for large enterprises, today announced that Senior Vice President of Marketing Amy Lipton has been named a new member of The Boston Club, a community of women executives and professionals that promotes the advancement of women to significant and visible leadership roles. Membership was earned with the sponsorship of Ms. Lou Richardson, past president of The Boston Club.

“I’m honored to be among such an accomplished group of women dedicated to advancing women’s opportunities in business and the community,” said Amy Lipton. “I look forward to engaging with like-minded colleagues to further my skills and capabilities as well as to broaden my perspectives in order to take-on new opportunities professionally and in the community. With the support of Ms. Richardson, I’m excited to work with other women representing a strong cross-section of skill, culture and expertise.”

“Amy was a natural choice to join our club given her career accomplishments and willingness to serve the community in her personal life and in her role as SVP of marketing at Sepaton,” said Lou Richardson. “She shares our commitment to advocate for women’s issues and leverage her talents for the betterment of women in top leadership positions.”

As Senior Vice President of Marketing, Amy leads the development and execution of Sepaton’s marketing and communications strategy, including all of its efforts related to brand awareness, product marketing, channel enablement, promotion, press and analyst relations, interactive media, and new social media initiatives. Amy has marketing experience in both large and mid-tier companies, where she held a succession of increasingly senior marketing and leadership roles. At IBM she served in several capacities, including as director of global marketing for digital media, director of global marketing for media and entertainment industry, director of global marketing for Business Process Management and marketing executive for IBM’s wireless eBusiness services. Most recently she was vice president of marketing at WMS Industries, now a wholly owned subsidiary of Scientific Games, an industry leading electronic gaming and amusement technology provider. Amy holds a Master of Science degree from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Design from Syracuse University.

In addition to being part of an exciting community of women leaders, membership in The Boston Club offers many benefits, including opportunities to attend programs and events that feature high profile leaders sharing their perspectives on critical issues; access to corporate and nonprofit board opportunities; and engagement with peers as a group with a shared purpose or one-on-one in formal mentoring relationships.

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About The Boston Club
Founded in 1976 by a handful of women dedicated to diversifying leadership at Fortune 500 companies and beyond, The Boston Club has grown into one of the largest organizations for women executive and professional leaders in the Northeast. The Club represents an impressive cross-section of industries and sectors, and encompasses top-tier corporate executives, entrepreneurs, attorneys, financial advisers, strategic marketing consultants, college presidents and nonprofit leaders. All members have demonstrated substantial accomplishments in their fields, leadership in their communities, and support for other women in business. For additional information, visit http://www.thebostonclub.com/.

About Sepaton
Sepaton delivers the world’s fastest, most scalable and cost-efficient data protection solutions designed to enable large, data-intensive enterprises to store, move, access and protect critical data with the fastest recovery time in the event of a failure. Built on modular, grid-scalable architectures, Sepaton offers the S2100-ES3 for virtual tape library environments and the VirtuoSO for network attached storage (NAS) featuring multi-protocol support, highly efficient deduplication, performance-optimized data movement, and advanced management and reporting at the lowest total cost of ownership. Sepaton is headquartered in Marlborough, MA, and has an office in London. For additional information call 866-Sepaton or visit http://www.Sepaton.com.

Sepaton, S2100, DeltaRemote, and DeltaStor are registered trademarks and ContentAware, DBeXstream, and DeltaScale are trademarks of Sepaton, Inc. All other brand and product names are or may be trademarks of their respective owners.

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