DataGryd names Bill Betz as new VP of sales
05 September 2018 | Natalie Bannerman
DataGryd, a New York-based data centre provider, has appointed of Bill Betz as its new vice president of sales.
In his new role, Betz will be responsible for the sales execution of DataGryd’s 60,000 sqft facility located on the sixth floor of 60 Hudson Street. Working closely with the company’s president and CEO, Betz will also help develop sales strategies and go-to-market plans while building a pipeline for new business opportunities as well as managing customer relationships and communications.
“We are delighted to welcome Bill Betz as DataGryd’s new vice president of sales,” said Tom Brown, CEO and president, DataGryd. “His impressive history of success in business development and sales throughout the telecommunications industry will make him an asset to the DataGryd team as we continue to grow and evolve as an organisation.”
Betz enters the role with more than 30 years of success driving large global sales and marketing teams to increased revenue and market share. He recently served as the vice president of sales at Sky Technology Partners, where he gained knowledge and insight into various cutting edge technologies and services, including software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN), hyperscale data centre facilities, and software-, platform-, and infrastructure-as-a-service solutions.
Prior to his time with Sky Technology partners he held the position of vice president of sales at INAP, BT Radianz and Quality Technology Services.
“I am honoured to join the DataGryd team as we work together to discover new and exciting opportunities for business development and revenue generation,” said Betz. “DataGryd has a reputation for providing New York enterprises with the most advanced colocation and cloud infrastructure services and solutions, and I look forward to building upon its history of success as its new vice president of sales.”
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