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Former LabTech veteran joins Naverisk team

26 Aug 13

Naverisk has appointed Michael Inzerillo, former LabTech Director of Worldwide Sales, as vice president of Sales for the US Market.

Well regarded in the managed services and network security industries, the company says Inzerillo has a solid track record of developing professional sales and service operations.

As VP of Sales for the US division, Inzerillo is responsible for leading all sales, marketing and professional service efforts and is ultimately tasked with growing the Naverisk footprint in the United States.

In addition Inzerillo, brings over 17 years of extensive sales and leadership experience from a variety of companies with managed services, cloud SAAS and enterprise software offerings (LabTech Software, SunView Software, Numara Software).

“In my experience in the MSP industry, I haven’t seen a product as well received as Naverisk has been," Inzerillo says.

"Jon and his team have done a great job proving that something can be easy to use yet simultaneously powerful and robust.

"I’m amazed that, for as simple as it is to set up and install Naverisk delivers the fundamental automation, ticketing, billing and scripting that MSP shops require.

“Given its 100% browser based, natively accessible on most devices and very budget friendly, Naverisk is really resonating with cost conscious IT service providers and MSP’s looking to implement or upgrade a RMM solution”.

Inzerillo's appointment comes hot on the heels of the opening of Naverisk’s first US offices in July.

“We are very excited to have Michael spearhead our US market expansion," says Jon Kalaugher, founder and CEO, Naverisk.

"This is another solid step forward for us as we develop a world class leadership team.

"Michael is a very well regarded and accomplished go-to-market technology veteran and will be instrumental in taking Naverisk to the next level of growth and success in the US market.”

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