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Mike Johnston Appointed to Director of Global Channel Sales and Marketing for Server Technology
Server Technology (News - Alert) is a provider of the highest quality rackmount power distribution and monitoring solutions that help manage power capacity, reduce downtime and improve energy efficiency. For over 28 years, Server Technology has provided the biggest companies in the world with power management solutions.
Mike Johnston (News - Alert) has joined the company, effective immediately, as the director of Global Channel Sales and Marketing. Johnston brings more than 18 years of technology sales and channel sales and marketing experience to his new role at Server Technology.
"We’re excited to have Mike Johnston on board to ramp up and revitalize our channel program. Our channel partners are an incredibly important component of Server Tech’s business and Mike brings the right personality and background to help us take our channel program to a whole new level,” said Brandon Ewing, president of Server Technology. “Mike’s proven ability to cultivate and grow channel partner relationships is exactly what we need. His understanding of channel partner organizations and how to drive end user demand through the channel is key to our future growth.”
Johnston was formerly the director of Americas Field Marketing for Avocent-Emerson (News - Alert) Network Power, a provider of power, precision cooling, connectivity and embedded solutions. Before Emerson, he was the director of Channel Marketing at ADTRAN (News - Alert) and manager of Channel Sales at Avocent. Johnston holds a Master’s of Science in Management of Technology and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, majoring in Marketing from the University of Alabama, Huntsville.
Server Technology also recently promoted its own Jack Vonich to director of Western U.S. Sales. As a regional sales manager for Server Tech for the past nine years, his beliefs fall right in step with Server Technology’s philosophy. Not only does it offer the expertise and experience for data center power solutions, but it prides itself on maintaining positive customer relationships and placing the customer experience as a priority.
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Edited by Rich Steeves
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