Cloud storage provider Data Storage Corporation announced on Monday it has named Guy Sanfilippo its director of sales engineering.
In this new role, Sanfilippo is responsible for communicating technology and product positioning to both business and technical users, as well as providing design and budgetary pricing for the company’s solutions.
With more than 35 years of experience in the IT industry, Sanfilippo has held many senior technology positions where he has helped organizations manage growth through the adoption of emerging technologies.
Most recently, he was the director of IT for the American Federation of Musicians and Employers’ Pension Fund, where he managed the development and implementation of a new imaging workflow solution and computerized benefits calculator.
As CTO of Legal Information Technology, Sanfilippo managed the development of the company’s commercial workflow and imaging products.
He also served as the CTO at The United Ways of Tri-State where he participated in a major shift in the organization’s marketing strategy by developing digital solicitation solutions. Earlier in his career, Guy held different sales and technology positions with IBM, Burroughs, and Covenant House.
“We believe that adding a director of sales engineering position to our management team is essential for ensuring clients and prospects understand not only the technology behind our hosted cloud services, but its costs and business benefits as well,” said Chuck Piluso, chairman and CEO at Data Storage Corporation. “Guy’s technical background and his business acumen will prove extremely valuable as a critical resource for customers as well as the field sales force where he will help our team to continue moving the company forward.”
Sanfilippo has also served on the boards of the United Ways of Tri-State and the American Federation of Musicians and Employers’ Pension Fund.
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