Jeremy founded digitalML in June 2000. He undertook the challenge to build a new type of post .com era enterprise software company by throwing out the old playbook and focusing on the needs of the largest enterprises.
Under his leadership, digitalML has become instrumental to the transformation of some of the largest enterprises in the world by leveraging a portfolio of business-led APIs and Services. This level of success has been reached while achieving impressive organic growth and by reinventing profits into R&D. During this growth period, the company has also expanded from its UK base into Germany and North America.
Prior to digitalML, Jeremy was the VP EMEA for Interleaf. Here, he was a member of the Senior Management Team that led a three-year turnaround of the business from a market cap of $13M to a trade sale to BroadVision (NASDAQ:BVSN) for $870M.
Prior to Interleaf, Jeremy served 12 years at Xerox — during the time when their PARC research labs were creating many of the IT foundations that we all rely on today. At the culmination of his stay at Xerox, he ran Xerox’s software division, XSoft for Southern Europe based in Paris.