Cloud9 Real Time, a cloud hosting services provider headquartered in San Diego, California, has announced that Jim Torpey will be named their Vice President of Sales and Marketing. He will join the executive team, reporting to Senior Vice President, Josh Clark. Mr. Torpey will be responsible for sales and marketing operations, as well as Cloud9’s partner and alliance programs.
With more than 17 years of experience, Jim Torpey brings vast experience working closely with accounting and business organizations. He specializes in assisting firms to determine their best and most cost-efficient means for technology implementation in their practices.
“Jim brings extensive technology and sales experience, as well as his knowledge of enterprise Cloud solutions to Cloud9 Real Time and our clients,” said Robert J. Chandler, CEO of Cloud9 Real Time. “Jim is familiar with the challenges that businesses face with technology and brings a solution focused approach which will be an advantage during our next season of growth. His experience in developing and selling cloud technology solutions to small and large companies will help Cloud9 expand into new markets”
Jim Torpey joins Cloud9 Real Time from CloudRunner, a provider of a complete ITaaS white-labeled platform aimed at SMB end-customers, where he headed the sales department as Director of Sales. Previously, Mr. Torpey worked for 12 years as VP of Sales & Business Development for InsynQ, a cloud computing and application hosting company headquartered in Gig Harbor, WA.
“I am excited and honored to a part of Cloud9 Real Time,” said Jim Torpey. “Cloud9 solutions uniquely reduce business risk and overhead from on premise system management and support. Their experience goes beyond helping large companies modernize their technology ecosystem and deeper than managing the ever changing technology landscape that often creates a challenge for the SMB and Enterprise Market. Cloud9’s sales team and account managers have the experience and training required and leads the way to solve today’s challenges.”