Addison, TX (PRWEB) June 9, 2010 —
Excel Meridian Data, a leading provider of data storage and disaster recovery solutions, announced today that it has hired two new sales reps, David Mackey and Gary McCormick. “Each brings a significant amount of IT sales experience, and should hit the ground running,” said Ryan Roberts, CEO of Excel Meridian Data. With a history of successful IT sales and consulting experience, the pair will help the Company to further penetrate the education, government, defense, and technology markets.
David Mackey has held IT consulting positions focusing on the implementation of large hospital IT infrastructures, notably for Dallas Parkland, Dallas Children’s, and Akron Children’s hospitals. He also has experience with RF spectrum analyzers as he was a product manager for Rohde & Schwarz and TRS-Rentalco.
Gary McCormick has intimate knowledge of the data storage industry having previously worked at various data storage companies and related suppliers. With Bell Microproducts, Gary focused on developing new enterprise level storage customers. Previously with Arrow Enterprise Storage Solutions he developed a network of Value Added Resellers focusing on RAID, SAN, and tape storage solutions. Gary is a graduate of Stephen F. Austin University.
Excel Meridian Data believes that the hires fit in well with the Company’s customer focused style. Their experience will allow them to craft the right solution for customers by deeply understanding their storage and recovery needs.
About Excel Meridian Data
Excel Meridian Data, founded in 1992, is a Texas-based corporation that delivers data storage solutions to small and medium sized businesses. Primarily focusing on the education, government, defense, and technology markets, the Company’s products augment the data storage and backup capacity of an enterprises IT infrastructure. The Company offers Network Attached Storage (NAS), Direct Attached Storage (DAS), and Storage Area Network (SAN) products. Some of its clients include Synovus Financial Corporation, General Dynamics, the US Navy, and the University of Missouri. For more information please visit http://www.emdstorage.com.