United Data Technologies Continues Growth with Promotion of Tony Best to Vice President of Professional Services

United Data Technologies Continues Growth with Promotion of Tony Best to Vice President of Professional Services

DORAL, Fla.  – February 12, 2017 – United Data Technologies , a technology solutions company which evaluates, architects, secures, and manages information technology for organizations of all sizes, today announced that it has promoted Tony Best to vice president of professional services. Previously, he served as director of professional services for UDT.

Best brings 20 years of experience in the information technology arena, specializing in professional services and engineering virtualization solutions. As vice president for professional services at UDT, Best will grow and oversee the delivery of services to the company’s professional services clients, as well as drive growth in this vertical. Prior to joining UDT, Best served as engineering manager at Presidio. He studied economics at the University of Iowa.

“As demand for our services in new industries continues to grow, so must our leadership team, and elevating a professional of Tony’s caliber is a key element of our ongoing commitment to providing our clients with the highest caliber of talent and service,” said UDT Chief Executive Officer Henry Fleches. “We are confident that Tony will continue to bring significant value to our clients and mission.”

About United Data Technologies
United Data Technologies is a technology enabler that helps clients in major industries evaluate, architect, secure, and manage technology on the go, in the rack and in the cloud. UDT provides customized services, including mobility, cloud, collaboration, loT, data, security, and ITaas solutions and technical, professional and managed services.  Accomplish more with UDT: www.udtonline.com
Source: UDT Old Site Posts

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