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TMCNet:  Tadd Gruenewald Joins Carousel as Regional Director for New York

[November 06, 2012]

Tadd Gruenewald Joins Carousel as Regional Director for New York

Exeter, RI, Nov 06, 2012 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- Carousel Industries, a leader in data networking and converged communications, announced that Tadd Gruenewald has joined the company as Regional Sales Director for the New York region. In his new role upon joining Carousel, Gruenewald is tasked with driving the sales within the region and finding new opportunities and markets for Carousel's data networking, converged communications and managed services business.

"Tadd has an established reputation for getting results in the networking and communications space, and we look forward to having him step into a leadership role heading up our New York region," commented James Marsh, senior vice president, Carousel Industries.

Gruenewald brings more than a decade of sales and operations management experience in the IT sector to Carousel. Prior to joining Carousel, Gruenewald was the director of sales, northeast region at Strategic Products and Services. Before that, Gruenewald served as the vice president of sales, North American transaction business at ECi Solutions. Previously, Gruenewald was the director, managed partners at Avaya for eight years.

"I'm excited to join Carousel's highly competent team and look forward to supporting business growth with existing customers, as well as uncovering new opportunities in the New York area," Gruenewald said. "As a leader in networking and communications with a growing services practice, Carousel is perfectly positioned for additional growth in this region as customers seek reliable systems integration services and solutions." About Carousel Carousel Industries designs, delivers and supports technology solutions that become the foundation of our clients' businesses. This includes unified communications, managed services, virtualization, Voice over IP (VoIP), video conferencing and collaboration and data infrastructure solutions. Since Carousel was founded in 1992 we've grown an average of 30% - 50% per year with 2011 revenues of approximately $326 million. Today we have over 5,000 customers, including 35 of the Fortune 100. Carousel has been recognized by both VAR and CRN Magazines as one of the top technology integrators in the US and we've been listed in the Inc. 500/5000 six times.

Carousel is headquartered in Exeter, RI with over 1,000 employees working from offices in 30 locations across the US, including over 250 service technicians deployed across the country. For more information visit http://www.carouselindustries.com Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/11/prweb10103348.htm PRWeb.com

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