Jesse Guzman-New vCIO for EnhancedTECH

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Anaheim, CA, (May 10, 2019)–EnhancedTECH

We are thrilled to announce that Jesse Guzman has accepted a promotion to our newly Senior Management position of Virtual CIO (vCIO).   Jesse has worked with EnhancedTECH for 15 years as a Senior Engineer specializing in IT Services, Unified Communications and Client Management. As our organization continues to grow, the need for a fully committed resource dedicated to providing this role is critical to our success.  

“This new role is an essential piece to ensuring that our clients IT and Business needs are met and I could not think of a better person to take on this new position as Jesse has the ideal technical and project management skills to achieve a high level of success”  – Jim Ott, VP of Operations.  

vCIO-Summary of Position

This is a leadership position that has direct responsibility with working with our clients senior management team to ensure both strategic and tactical services are being delivered for long term success.  The vCIO that will work with clients to provide solutions by developing a detailed understanding of their business and technology needs.  The vCIO will be wholly responsible for the ongoing management of our clients and act as a liaison between our service delivery team and senior management of such client.

EnhancedTECH is a Premier IT Services Company with offices in Anaheim, Irvine, Denver and Phoenix, offering IT managed services and security solutions to meet the needs of small, medium and enterprise level business. Our strategically built relationships with manufacturers, vendors and partners allow EnhancedTECH to construct and design systems to maximize value for our clients.

Questions? Contact EnhancedTECH at 714-970-9330 or at[email protected]

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