Centrinet Announces Executive Hire to Lead Initiative to Modernize Legacy Cloud Stack
ALPHARETTA, Ga., February 22, 2018 (Newswire.com) – Centrinet is excited to announce Robert Ruppel has joined the organization as Vice President and will lead practice growth for Centrinet Virtual Cloud, a new initiative that will modernize the legacy information technology systems stack.
Ruppel joins Centrinet’s executive team with over twenty-five years of information technology management experience, including SAP and Citrix, where he spent the past ten years as a leader with teams specializing in solutions for networking and virtualization. Robert holds an MBA in Management and Marketing from the University of Dayton and a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology from Bowling Green State University. His combined experience in information technology covers the areas of business development, strategy, sales, process and project management, SaaS applications, business intelligence, analytics, networking, security, and virtualization.
“As we approach our 20th year of delivering IT solutions to our clients that enable the technology to provide value to the business. We are excited about the next chapter as we enable our client’s cloud strategy and are thrilled to have Robert join Centrinet to bring his leadership to this evolution,” said Keith Paschall, CEO of Centrinet.
Ruppel’s addition to Centrinet’s leadership team coincides with the launch of Centrinet Virtual Cloud, a comprehensive SaaS-based managed solution that will modernize the legacy information technology stack. Ruppel will be responsible for practice growth of the Centrinet Virtual Cloud.
“As the technology vendors in our partner ecosystem push to produce cloud-ready products, our team has identified the need for a comprehensive managed solution set that will address the changing needs of our customers. Centrinet’s proven architectural framework unites the information technology industry’s ‘best of breed’ products across a variety of functions: security, security automation and reporting, computing, storage, networking, profile management, and virtualization, just to name a few,” said Paschall.
The Centrinet Virtual Cloud will unify these legacy applications through a single, turn-key SaaS-based solution. The result will be a modernization of the legacy application stack. “Your stack will no longer feel arcane but will appear like any other SaaS deployment to the end-user community,” said Paschall.
To learn more about the Centrinet Virtual Cloud, visit CentrinetCorp.com and complete the contact form.