Johnston, RI (PRWEB) January 22, 2015
Protocol Networks brings independent technology consulting to the Constitution State
The growing team of brand-neutral, independent consultants, Protocol Networks has recently announced its expansion into Connecticut. CIO Philip Rogers explained that over the years, his company has attracted several clients in The Constitution State including , Moroso, Town of Plainfield, as well as others. With the success of these engagements, Rogers and the rest of the IT pros at Protocol Networks agree that it’s time to officially broaden the reach of their offerings and operations.
In an effort to solidify its presence in Connecticut, the consulting firm made two new hires within the past year. Randy Noll and Chris Mazzaia will form the foundation of Protocol Networks’ new office. In their new positions, Noll will operate as Senior Systems Engineer while Mazzaia will handle the business side of the franchise as Sales Manager. Noll brings with him over 20 years of IT experience in various industries including Healthcare, Energy, Banking and Municipal. CIO Rogers explained that “Randy’s broad base of experience and technical aptitude make him the perfect fit for Protocol Networks’ Mission - he is more than qualified to provide the best information across the most platforms without the constraints of specific vendor philosophies or agendas.” Veteran salesman Mazzaia speaks with the expertise of 15 years in medical device sales in the Northeast. A veritable jack of all trades, Mazzaia is relatable and approachable, making him an excellent choice as one of the most prominent, client-facing personas at the new Connecticut offices.
The hiring of Noll and Mazzaia represents the first steps in building a new team with more hiring activity anticipated over the next few months. Looking toward the future, Protocol Networks plans to develop a second NOC that will appeal to its Connecticut-based business clients, as well as the continued growth of the sales and systems support teams. Speaking on the new NOC, Protocol Networks’ CEO, Adam Belesimo, explained that “We are always striving to make businesses work more efficiently - what better way than to keep Connecticut business intelligence based near their home office?” In terms of personnel, Protocol Networks has plans to hire 12 additional team members in 2015 for the Connecticut offices, but they will escalate that process if more employees are required to match demand.
About Protocol Networks
Founded in 2000, Protocol Networks is one of the fastest growing information technology consultancies in New England. Unlike other IT consulting firms, Protocol Networks is entirely independent, which means that its consultants have the freedom to develop the best technical solutions without feeling pressure to advocate for any specific brands. The result is a practical approach to solving business problems with technical solutions while using the best-suited resources for the job. Over the past 15 years, Protocol Networks has collected a diverse customer base that is composed of companies of many different sizes across a plethora of industries. This experience has afforded Protocol Networks the knowledge required to support and guide its customers through every stage of a project, regardless of its size. Protocol Networks has regional offices in Johnston, RI, Marlborough, MA., and Swansea, MA. For more information, visit http://www.protocolnetworks.com.