News : Carousel Industries Brings Heavy Hitter to Managed Services Lineup
Exeter, Rhode Island, February 5, 2016 -- Carousel Industries, a provider in communication and network technologies, professional and managed services, and cloud solutions, announced that it has appointed Rich Montefusco as Vice President of Managed Services. In anticipation of market growth, Carousel has invested in Montefusco to drive new sales opportunities and lead Carousel's Managed Services practice strategy.
"Our continued investment in the managed services space, including the appointment of Rich to his new position, is in direct response to the needs of our customers and reflects our ongoing commitment to this area," comments James Marsh, Chief Revenue Officer of Carousel Industries.
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Rich Montefusco brings over 12 years of executive experience building and running successful managed services practices for large companies, including Siemens and Ameritech. In his four years at Global Convergence and Pangaia Partners, he focused on cloud technologies and helped Gold Cisco partners achieve their Cloud and Managed Services certifications. In his new role at Carousel, he will drive the creation and delivery of managed services to meet rapidly evolving customer needs.
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About Carousel Industries:
Carousel Industries consults, integrates and manages technology solutions that solve business problems and contribute to your organizations' growth. This includes managed services, voice, video and data solutions, unified communications and cloud solutions. Today Carousel has over 6,000 customers, including 35 of the Fortune 100. Carousel has been recognized by both VAR and CRN Magazines as one of the top technology integrators in the US and we've been listed in the Inc. 500/5000 seven times. Carousel is headquartered in Exeter.
Published: Tuesday, February 9, 2016