BitTitan Hires Former Accenture, Dell Exec to Help With MSP Transitions

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BitTitan's Frank Johnson-SugliaHere’s a job title you might not have heard before.

BitTitan has appointed Frank Johnson-Suglia as its “MSP-in-residence” to help shape its partner program with the growing adoption of its MSPComplete platform.

Johnson-Suglia previously was co-founder and chief technology officer at Strategic SaaS, a Microsoft cloud-services partner and IT management company. He brings more than 30 years of experience in technical sales and service-delivery management to his new job.

BitTitan has more than 7,000 MSPs, SIs and distributors like Ingram Micro, Tech Data, HP, IBM, Avanade, Rackspace, New Signature and SADA Systems. The company doubled its number of partners last year.

“Frank understands the pain our partners are going through right now as they try to transform their businesses and become MSPs,” said Vince Fournier, BitTitan’s chief innovation officer. “Frank will be an invaluable resource for BitTitan’s partners — guiding them in customer acquisition, helping them set up recurring revenue streams, and advising them on how to best digitally transform their business in the cloud.”{ad}

Prior to Strategic SaaS, Johnson-Suglia served as a senior manager at Accenture, as well as practice executive at Dell, managing the delivery of enterprise-class IT services for SMBs and corporate accounts.

“I’m really passionate about the challenges and opportunities partners face in transitioning to the cloud, and BitTitan is the only other company I have met that’s equally as passionate,” he said. “I want to help our partners use modern business tactics and automation to differentiate themselves, get more new customers and maximize the value of their existing customers.”

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