Cloud Computing Concepts (C3), a provider of technology and communications services to small, medium, and enterprise businesses across the U.S., has announced that channel veteran Dino Morra has joined the firm as Vice President of Sales.
Morra, an experienced global telecommunications expert, brings with him over 26 years of business development experience in the technology and telecommunications sector. Effective immediately, Dino Morra will oversee C3’s existing Channel Directors and will be tasked with continuing the development of C3’s award winning Channel Program.
“Throughout my career, I have enjoyed the good fortune of contributing to several high growth companies,” said Dino Morra. “C3, however, is the first that combines an incredibly broad product portfolio, experienced management team, expert technical capabilities, and most importantly, a proven ability to support their clients. I am incredibly excited to be here and look forward to introducing C3 to many more wholesalers, agents, and clients in the near future!”
Mr. Morra began his career in 1992 with AT&T where he was recognized twice as a Leaders Council winner for creating long-term strategic partnerships with Fortune 500 Enterprise, Healthcare, Education and Government clients.
In 1999, he joined US LEC and led the “explosive sales growth” in the Southeast as Regional VP of Sales where he oversaw more than 300 sales professionals. He continued with the organization for an additional 6 years after the acquisition by Paetec, and later Windstream, before joining Atlantic Broadband as their Director of Enterprise Sales.
“Dino brings with him decades of invaluable sales leadership experience, deep product knowledge, and a level of energy and enthusiasm that is second to none,” said Rick Mancinelli, CEO of C3. “After posting 104% revenue growth in 2016, it is clear that C3’s single source model for all things technology and telecommunications is one that customers respond to. With Dino at the sales helm, we believe we can effectively reach more clients and thus grow even faster in 2017.”