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January 30, 2014

Comings & Goings: Frank Jadevaia Named President at InterCloud Systems

Frank Jadevaia has been named president of InterCloud Systems, a provider of network solutions to service providers and enterprises.

His background fits well into the company’s direction and priorities—especially when it comes to expansion and potential for increased sales. 

In fact, Jadevaia became affiliated with InterCloud Systems after it acquired Integration Partners Corp-NY, where he was managing partner and co-founder. Integration Partners Corp-NY is a value added reseller, specializing in consulting, services and hardware.

Earlier, Jadevaia was vice president of sales for Nortel (News - Alert). He was also an executive at several startup tech companies, and had other responsibilities at Nortel.

Jadevaia’s 25-year background and experience in the tech sector impressed the leaders at InterCloud. "Frank is a proven leader in IT and the many facets of technology and next generation networks,” Mark E. Munro, InterCloud’s CEO, said in a statement. “He has a diverse background in executive leadership, sales and operations. Mr. Jadevaia's sales and sales leadership roles have spanned both the enterprise and service provider businesses, with the likes of Wellfleet Communications, Bay Networks, Nortel, IPC (News - Alert)-NY and now InterCloud Systems. Frank is an important addition to the management team and I look forward to Frank's leadership and insights as we continue to grow and expand our business."

InterCloud Systems provides cloud and managed services, consulting, voice, data and optical solutions. Its services are used at enterprise, fiber optic, Ethernet and wireless networks, as it provides engineering, design, installation and maintenance.

The recent acquisition of Integration Partners-NY added to InterCloud’s cloud and managed services focus. Also, Integration Partners-NY brought with it enterprise and service provider customers. Now, it will be able to promote InterCloud’s cloud platform to its current and future customers. The company is successful, as Integration Partners-NY in 2013 saw gross revenue of about $25 million and net income of about $3.5 million.

Upon the acquisition being complete, Munro, who has been the company’s CEO and chairman since 2011, said in a statement. “There are significant growth opportunities in cloud-based solutions that will allow both our enterprise and service provider customers to integrate their applications and services into our cloud platform.” 

Edited by Ryan Sartor

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