Sometimes, once is just not enough, and that must be the case for Mitrais’ new General Manager, Rob Mills.
Rob, a native of Melbourne, moved to Sydney 25 years ago after already making a name for himself in the Victorian Software Development community for over a decade. He continued that career arc up to today, mainly in enterprise software working in a variety of executive leadership roles.
Some long-time Mitrais clients and staff remember Rob from his time as the Bali-based Executive Vice President of Mitrais in the mid-2010s, and he has remained a committed supporter of Mitrais’ services after his return to Australia. Now Rob has returned to the Mitrais fold in the General Manager role, based out of his Greenwich Park home situated 170km south of Sydney and 30km from the regional centre of Goulburn.
With his 35 years of experience in the industry and his extensive network, Rob is ideally placed to add value by identifying potential Mitrais clients, particularly in New South Wales and Victoria. His familiarity with Mitrais’ value propositions and track record with Australian clients makes him the perfect choice to determine the needs and pain points of enterprise organisations, and to discuss with them how Mitrais could help add value.
Living in such a picturesque area, Rob and Rikki, his wife of 35 years needed to quarantine themselves after a recent trip to Bali, but life in COVID19 lock-down does not seem to be too arduous for them. Sharing his quiet life with a variety of Australian wildlife including kangaroos, wallabies, wombats, echidnas, and goannas, Rob says life is pretty good, and he has plenty of bandwidth to catch up with his friends and acquaintances remotely and identify any opportunities. Like everyone, the only downside is their inability to see their sons Steve, Lewis and Jacob of course. They are particularly missing their first granddaughter, Skylar, who was recently born to Steve and his wife, Chloe. But we can expect Skylar to get a huge helping of grandparenting treats as soon circumstances return to normal.
It is great to have Rob back in the Mitrais fold, and everyone here is looking forward to working with him again to form long-term relationships with a whole new group of Australian businesses. And we are confident that those business will enjoy the benefits of Rob’s decades of experience as well! Welcome back, Rob.