Expanded NetEnrich Team Accelerates Closet to Cloud Strategy

NetEnrich Inc., which promotes closet-to-cloud services for MSPs, has hired a VP of sales and a senior director of product management. The moves reinforce continued expansion at NetEnrich, which has been pushing beyond traditional NOC (network operations center) services for MSPs in recent months.

The latest moves:

Jeff Carr is now VP of sales at NetEnrich. Carr was most recently the executive VP of LuciData and has managed sales teams for CipherTrust, Vericept and Netscape over the past decade. Overall, Carr brings over two decades of sales leadership experience in the technology sector. His primary role with NetEnrich will be to develop recurring technology sales strategies for NetEnrich and the company's technology partners, notes Senior VP and General Manager Justin Crotty.

Chris Joseph is rejoining NetEnrich as senior director of product management. Joseph has held senior product management roles with several different companies and has experience in delivering Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), business-to-business (B2B) solutions, business-to-customer (B2C) offerings, and enterprise software. Joseph's primary job will be to oversee NetEnrich's production cycle and help develop new marketing strategies.

"As we continue to add global solution partners and develop more remote managed services, we need to expand our ability to consult with and support our partners in transforming their businesses into service companies ready to capitalize on managed and cloud solutions," NetEnrich CEO Raju Chekuri said in a prepared statement.

Chekuri also noted that Carr and Joseph are committed to helping NetEnrich develop its 'closet to cloud' approach' -- an approach that NetEnrich Vice President of Corporate Marketing Jennifer Anaya detailed as part of our 2011 MSPmentor 250 coverage. "I have no doubt they will allow us to better meet the needs of our partners today, and in the future," Chekuri said.

Carr and Joseph are the third and fourth additions to the NetEnrich team in the past year or so. The  recruited Crotty in August 2010 and hired Anaya in March 2011.


More recent, NetEnrich partnered with Ingram Micro to offer its infrastructure management solution for SMBs through the Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace.

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