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TMCNet:  outsourceIT Appoints New Chief Operating Officer

[January 16, 2013]

outsourceIT Appoints New Chief Operating Officer

LA PLATA, Md., Jan. 16, 2013 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- outsourceIT, a multi-regional Technology-as-a-Service Provider, today announced a key addition to its executive leadership team with the hiring of Scott Quintal as Chief Operating Officer. Mr. Quintal brings deep IT services and software knowledge and will complement outsourceIT's existing executive leadership team as the company continues to build a national brand while focusing on delivering premium technology services to businesses.

(Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130116/PH43469 ) "Scott brings an exceptional track record of accomplishments over the past several years while serving the IT services industry," said Craig Guice, CEO of outsourceIT. "Most importantly, he has proven he has the skill set to successfully scale a technology business within our space. We are very confident that, with his leadership, we will significantly grow our business without sacrificing the entrepreneurial spirit and exceptional quality of service that has gotten us to where we are today." Mr. Quintal has more than 15 years of management experience in the IT services industry. Over the past 8 years he has served as a Vice President of Sales and other key stakeholder positions with Kaseya, a market-leading IT service delivery software platform provider. Joining the privately-held company when they had less than 20 employees, Mr. Quintal was instrumental in leading the effort to successfully grow to more than 500 employees in less than 5 years by employing proven sales and marketing strategies while streamlining delivery and maximizing employee productivity and retention. Prior to Kaseya, he has worked for both service and software providers in a variety of sales and sales management roles.

"outsourceIT is a leader in the Technology-as-a-Service space and it is with great pride that I join the team today as Chief Operating Officer," said Mr. Quintal. "The vision of the executive team combined with the high caliber of team members within this organization gives me great confidence that the entire market will soon realize what our current clients already know - that we keep IT up, running, and available to our clients, period. And we do it better than anyone in the market." ABOUT OUTSOURCEIToutsourceIT, a privately-held Technology-as-a-Service provider, keeps "IT" up, running and available for businesses by providing a variety of services including but not limited to Help Desk, Managed IT Services, Cloud Services including hosted desktops, servers, Mail/Exchange, Networking and Telephony, and CIO Services.

outsourceIT has a local presence in multiple regions: Washington, DC, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and New Jersey - with significant expansion currently underway.

outsourceIT supports a wide customer base in both the SMB and Enterprise markets, spreading across numerous industry segments. For the past five years, outsourceIT has been consistently recognized as one of the world's Top 100 Managed Service Providers by MSPMentor.Net; SMARTCEO named outsourceIT a Best-run Top 100 Business in the DC Metro/Baltimore Metro region; Talkin' Cloud named outsourceIT to its list of Top 100 Cloud Service providers, which includes companies such as Microsoft, Rackspace, Amazon, etc.

CONTACT: Rick Crane, +1-443-745-6301, rcrane@outsourceitcorp.com SOURCE outsourceIT

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