Green Cloud Technologies, which is a major player in the cloud computing industry, announced the expansion of its operations in Florida with the opening of a new office in the Tampa area. It also employed two new sales executives from competitor Windstream Communications.
On 7th Avenue at 1228 E, the new office will help to market its cloud services to the central and southern areas of Florida. The company expects the move to spell a major success as it has previously made major steps in its progress throughout Greenville, Nashville, South Carolina, and Charleston.
The estimated market expansion in Florida should cost Green Cloud Technologies an estimated $2.75 million.
Florida is a high-growth hosting market; therefore, Green Cloud Technologies is looking to take advantage of it through a major expansion. Its sales executive appointments reaffirm this commitment to growth.
Green Cloud’s sales and marketing executive vice president, Charles Houser said: “Every business needs a business continuity plan during a natural or manmade disaster and it’s even more critical for those with costal markets, like Florida,” He continued to speak of the company’s product range: “Green Cloud’s core products provide an affordable disaster recovery plan for small and medium-sized companies.”
Green Cloud named Stephen Rieck as its regional vice president of sales in Florida where he will work to recruit new partners for the organisation in the local area. He will also bear the responsibility of the company’s cloud-based IT solutions.
Greg Eckley was named its national channel manager and will take responsibility for driving company sales for its disaster recovery and virtual server services. He will primarily do this through the medium of recruiting new sales partners in the Florida area.
These two figures collectively have over 30 years of experience in the industry after working with Windstream Communications, which is why their appointments have been well-received by all interested parties.