Data Center Services Provider Cosentry Hires Industry Vet As Vice President

Cosentry, a U.S. Midwest provider of data center services, has appointed industry veteran Chris Scaglione to Regional Vice President. Based out of Cosentry’s data center at 1111 Olive St. in downtown St. Louis, MO, Scaglione will lead business development efforts for the technology company.

data-center-services-cosentryCosentry has over a decade of experience providing data center services including colocation, cloud, managed hosting, and managed services.

“We’re pleased to add Chris’ deep experience and expertise in IT and data center services to the Cosentry team,” said Brad Hokamp, Cosentry CEO. “Chris understands the specific technology needs of the business and industry clusters in St. Louis. His leadership will be key to our ongoing success as we continue to invest in the St. Louis market.”

Tapping a 23-year career in IT strategy and management, Scaglione is set to work hand-in-hand with Ken Lindsay, Cosentry’s Vice President of Operations and Engineering, who recently relocated to St. Louis to lead the company’s managed services division. The two leaders plan to expand Cosentry’s data center services including cloud hosting, and managed services offerings in the St. Louis region.

A St. Louis native

Prior to joining Cosentry, Scaglione worked at Sense Corp, providing clients with consulting services in the area of advanced analytics and business transformation, and Bick Group, where he contributed to building data center and cloud platforms for clients.

managed-hostingScaglione also brings 12 years of experience with World Wide Technology, where he created and managed the consulting services business, led the Supply Chain Services division, and served as Vice President of Information Technology.

A St. Louis, Missouri native, Scaglion is a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and an MBA. “Joining Cosentry is a tremendous opportunity for me to work with such an innovative and dedicated team,” said Scaglione. “I’ve admired the enterprise technology work done here at Cosentry for some time and it’s an honor to now be leading and growing the St. Louis team.”