Indianapolis, IN (Dec. 4, 2015) - Expedient, a leading provider of data center colocation, cloud computing and managed hosting services, hires Doug Theis as Director of Market Strategy for its Indianapolis market.
Theis has been a part of the Indianapolis IT scene for 32 years in many different roles, including founding chairperson of the Techmakers IT networking group, business development for colocation and IT infrastructure service providers and as a speaker on IT strategy. Theis also wrote and published the Data Center News Digest, a widely read monthly newsletter in Indianapolis.
“What impresses me most about Expedient is the relentless commitment to service excellence,” Theis says. “From executive leadership on down, Expedient has designed service delivery for continuous improvement, and the proof is new clients and customer loyalty. I’m proud to be a member of the Expedient team.”
In his new role at Expedient, Theis will be responsible for spearheading new partnerships and community involvement, such as Expedient’s 2016 sponsorships of Sparks Tech, a monthly event where CIOs, CTOs and technology professionals gather to hear three inspiring talks from technology leaders who are passionate about change, giving back and the impact of tech on the human experience.
“Sparks Tech is excited to partner with Expedient as a Gold Sponsor,” says Chris Reed the Founder of Sparks. “Expedient’s brand is well respected in their space. It is due to their leadership in their industry that we sought them out to join us in making Sparks Tech the home of the national conversation on tech and its impact on the human experience.”
The first Sparks Tech event of 2016 will take place on February 2 at Eleven Fifty Academy in Carmel, IN. For more information or to register, visit sparkstalk.com.
In addition to traditional data center colocation services (11 data centers in 7 cities), Expedient is known for offering a wide range of managed services such as virtualization, cloud computing, remote backups, management of equipment, storage area networks and more. The company was built through a series of acquisitions in the early to mid-2000s time frame, with all of its markets offering experienced data center colocation services for 10 years or more. Expedient’s legal name is Continental Broadband LLC, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Landmark Media Enterprises LLC, a private firm whose predecessor companies bring more than 100 years of experience operating media and technology interests. Learn more at expedient.com.