In order to drive the continuous expansion of their flagship OpenData product line, Modius, a supplier of Data Center Infrastructure Management solutions (DCIM), has announced two changes to its executive team.
Vice President of Solution Delivery, a newly established position, will be filled by Mark Carberry. Mr. Carberry has been working with Modius since 2018, and he has a solid history in telecom and equipment monitoring. He graduated from UCLA with a degree in Cognitive Science, Computer Science, and Business Administration. Mr. Carberry’s responsibility is to guarantee that customers receive their ordered solutions quickly and within the budgetary constraints.
“Mark’s substantial contributions as our VP of Sales have given him a unique window into customer solution and delivery requirements,” said Craig Compiano, President at Modius. “As a result, he is ideally suited for this newly created role.”
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As the new Vice President of Sales at Modius, Scott Mitchell will oversee the company’s revenue creation and strengthen our sales resources and capabilities. He had important leadership positions at Verizon, Ericsson, and Rackspace during his career.
With a focus on MTDC (multi-tenant data center) colocation, dedicated hosting, IaaS, cloud adoption and migration, data center managed services, and system integration, Mr. Mitchell has a wealth of knowledge in the data center sector. Mitchell is a native Texan who graduated from The University of Texas in Austin with a BBA and Baylor University with an MBA.
“Scott’s consistent history of success, building lasting customer relationships, and driving revenue will position Modius for long-term success in the DCIM business,” added Craig Compiano. “We are eager to have him join our team.”
Founded in 2004 with headquarters in San Francisco, Modius is a provider of DCIM software for data centers, telecom facilities, smart buildings, and other industrial IoT environments. Modius assists clients in streamlining the management of increasingly complex and diverse IT data facilities while also enhancing performance and operational effectiveness.