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IT services provider ConvergeOne has made four key hires that it says expand the company’s expertise and capabilities in Cisco products and services.
David McDougall is ConvergeOne’s new vice president, managed services. He comes to the company from CSS Corp., where he was executive vice president and chief sales officer. Before that, he worked at Capgemini, T-Systems, Siemens and Inacom Corp.
Brad Jackson takes on the role of director of solutions engineering. He has 25 years’ experience, with 17 of those as a Cisco systems engineer and systems engineering manager in the enterprise and public sectors. He has significant expertise in Cisco enterprise networking, ConvergeOne said.
Ryan Boyd and Tige Phillips are both new technical solutions engineers with the company. Like Jackson, Boyd has 17 years’ experience as a Cisco systems engineer, with particular expertise in Cisco UC and enterprise networking. Phillips was a systems engineer with the IT giant for 16 years, as well as a vertical solutions architect for large service-provider accounts and higher education.
“ConvergeOne continually makes strategic investments in people and resources that help us meet our customers’ changing business requirements and technology needs,” said Paul Maier, president and CEO, ConvergeOne Solutions. “We’re excited to welcome these latest members to the team as we continue to grow our ability to deploy and support powerful solutions that enhance productivity and ROI for our customers.”
ConvergeOne’s portfolio of professional, managed and cloud services span platforms that include Avaya, Microsoft and IBM, as well as Cisco.
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March 22 2019 @ 20:35:09 UTC