Online Tech Names Bill Frohriep Jr. As New Senior Director of Sales

Online Tech, a provider of cloud hosting and colocation services, headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan, has appointed Bill Frohriep, Jr. as the company’s new Senior Director of Sales. Frohriep joins Online Tech from CenturyLink/Savvis, where he was Area Vice President of the Midwest Region.

In his new role, Bill Frohriep, Jr. is responsible for Online Tech’s sales organization as the company continues its rapid Midwestern U.S. expansion. 

“It’s no surprise that Online Tech has been successful and is growing so quickly,” said Bill Frohriep, Jr., the new Senior Director of Sales.

Mr. Frohriep’s career at CenturyLink/Savvis spanned more than seven years, and his responsibilities included driving growth in the company’s Midwestern division. Prior to CenturyLink, Frohriep held management and sales positions at Verizon Business, XO Communications and Coast to Coast Communications.

“Anyone who spends time in this industry can’t help but hear positive things about Online Tech – the quality of the people here, the level of service for customers, and the unique service offerings that solve so many challenges for companies with regulatory and security needs,” said Bill Frohriep, Jr., the new Senior Director of Sales. “It’s no surprise that the company has been successful and is growing so quickly. I am proud to be part of the team and to be leading its sales organization.” 

Online Tech’s lately acquired data center in Indianapolis is Online Tech‘s fifth colocation and cloud facility in the Midwest. The company is investing $10 million into the data center, which it acquired in May. 

“Bill has a tremendous track record of successfully managing sales organizations that focus on the IT needs of Midwestern businesses,” said Mike Klein, co-CEO of Online Tech. “His teams have driven significant revenue growth, and provided top-notch customer support. This latter skill will be particularly valuable here at Online Tech, because our business is not a transactional one.”