Sauce Labs Hires Tech Veteran as New CEO
Sauce Labs, which provides cross-browser testing services in the cloud, has appointed Aled Miles, a technology industry veteran with over 30 years of experience, as the company’s new Chief Executive Officer. He replaces Charles Ramsey, who is stepping aside to focus on family and personal interests after five years at the helm of the company. Over those five years, Sauce Labs says its revenues have grown by around 650% and that it now has 700 enterprise customers, with close to three million tests run each day across its continuous testing cloud platform, which spans thousands of different devices.
Aled has a track record in the development and implementation of SaaS delivery models. He was previously CEO at TeleSign, where he helped transform the company into a leading provider of platform-as-a-service-based customer identity and engagement solutions, and guided it through its successful sale to BICS, a telecommunications provider jointly owned by the Proximus Group, Swisscom and MTN.
“I’m excited to lead Sauce Labs at a time when digital transformation has created an unprecedented market opportunity,” said Aled. “Sauce Labs has a diverse and passionate team and a loyal customer base that has made it the established leader in the growing continuous testing market. I look forward to empowering this team to continue delivering solutions that help organizations create flawless digital experiences for their customers.”
Sauce Labs is a privately held company funded by Toba Capital, Salesforce Ventures, Centerview Capital Technology, IVP, Adams Street Partners and Riverwood Capital.