RadixBay Continues Growth Strategy by Hiring Senior Strategist for Managed Services

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Feb. 11, 2019 - eTradeWire -- RadixBay is pleased to announce it is continuing to execute its growth strategy by hiring Chris Foot as a senior strategist for its managed services practice.

"Chris's responsibilities will include optimizing our clients' managed service experience to allow them to fully leverage their outsourcing investment. In addition, Chris will work to ensure RadixBay continues to offer the most viable and cost-effective solutions to our clients," said RadixBay COO Hal Hawisher. "Chris's goal will be to help RadixBay anticipate our clients' needs and address them with a compelling, secure, low-risk and high-quality approach."

Chris has over 30 years in the IT managed services and outsourcing industry. He is an experienced leader and technology strategist and has held roles as both a purchaser and provider of managed services.

"We are excited about Chris joining our team. He will be a strong complement to our existing managed services team," said RadixBay's CEO & Founder, Greg Lovette.

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Chris's experience includes building the service delivery architecture, standard operating procedures and best practices for a global managed services provider that currently supports 800 customers and 6,000 servers. Chris has written 1 book, 240 articles and presented 22 webinars on data infrastructure technologies and IT support best practices.

About RadixBay:

RadixBay delivers world-class IT consulting, development and support solutions using a new approach that breaks the outdated IT service delivery model. The RadixBay model utilizes rural development centers to deliver more efficient and cost-effective solutions to our clients. This approach delivers high-touch, high-speed results and is aligned with our goal of creating jobs in rural areas. Learn more at http://www.radixbay.com

Hal Hawisher

Source: Radix Bay
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