Jitscale names Diane Sullivan U.S. Sales Director
IT veteran to lead North American expansion
Jitscale has named Diane Sullivan as U.S. Sales Director. With more than 25 years of experience in IT sales and marketing, Sullivan will lead the company’s expansion throughout the U.S. and Canada. Based in Orlando, Sullivan said her primary marketing strategy will be to emphasize Jitscale’s advanced technology as well as its infrastructure-independent approach to IT outsourcing.
“Any technical implementation is driven by business needs and issues. Availability, security and performance are all part of the equation, along with return on investment and ease of implementation,” Sullivan said. “At Jitscale, we recognize the importance of aligning IT solutions with business priorities, so we design, implement, migrate and support our customers’ platforms in ways that solve legitimate problems and, ultimately, exceed their business expectations.”
Jitscale fully manages multiple IT system layers for clients, including the complete underlying infrastructure, to guarantee high uptime and performance. The company also creates future-proof infrastructures based on the business needs of each customer, whether their requirements are physical, hybrid, cloud or even cloud-over-cloud. Jitscale also provides full management and optimization of business-critical IT infrastructures with an autonomous view on software and hardware usage.
“Jitscale is perfectly positioned to be the IT outsourcing partner of choice for SMEs and multinationals,” said Eelco van Beek, Jitscale’s CEO. “Diane brings that message to North American companies that are looking for a cost-effective and flexible approach, guaranteed uptime and customized solutions.”
With success in the retail, financial services, media, government and logistics sectors, Jitscale is ready to expand its network and target sectors in North America, including healthcare, hospitality and distribution, Sullivan added.
Prior to joining Jitscale, Sullivan worked in a variety of IT sales positions, including more than 15 years with Hewlett Packard. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in mathematics and computer science from Slippery Rock University in Slippery Rock, Pa.