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Expedient Announces Senior Leadership Changes

Expedient announced a number of key C-level leadership changes aimed at providing long-term management continuity as the company pursues continued growth and expansion of its Cloud, Management Infrastructure, and Data Center Colocation offerings.

First, Shawn McGorry, who has served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Expedient and has more than 40 years of experience in the telecommunications and high-tech industries, will transition to Chairman of Expedient and will continue to work with the Board and the management team, as the company progresses to become the nation’s premier provider of Full Stack Cloud and Managed Infrastructure Services. Bryan Smith, who most recently held the role of Chief Strategy Officer, will immediately take on the role of Chief Executive Officer. Bryan has been with Expedient for more than 20 years and is largely credited with overseeing some its most successful growth initiatives. Additionally, Jonathan Rosenson is promoted to President and will take on the most senior-level role in support of the new CEO and will also maintain his responsibilities as Chief Operating Officer. Finally, Dennis Musolino, most recently Senior Vice President of Sales at Expedient, has been promoted to the new role of Chief Revenue Officer and will take full responsibility of all direct and indirect sales activities, along with sales support operations.

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“We are seeing exciting opportunities and promising momentum in the outsourcing of IT infrastructure from enterprises large and small, and we are confident that these leadership changes will position the company for continued success for our clients and our investors for many years to come,” said Sam Sixt, Investment Director of AMP Capital, Expedient’s current ownership group.

“I am honored and humbled, to take on the role of CEO of Expedient, especially at a time when the market is demonstrating a clear and growing demand, not only for the types of services we provide, but for the manner in which we deliver them,” said Bryan Smith, CEO of Expedient. Smith referred to a variety of IT analysts’ reports touting how the market is at a seminal moment for Business IT and the recognition of the importance of Full Stack Cloud and Infrastructure Services.  “It’s an exciting time for Expedient with the accelerating demand for our type of managed cloud solutions and I’m confident in our team’s ability to deliver exceptional outcomes for our clients as we write the next chapter together,” added Smith.

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