Concurrency Hires Chad Alexander as Director of Alliances and Business Development

Author by Ted Wentzel

MILWAUKEE, WI—October 16, 2015 — Concurrency, Inc. has hired Chad Alexander as Director of Alliances and Business Development to support Concurrency’s partnership with Microsoft and growing list of national and international partners.
Previously, Alexander was a Datacenter & Cloud Solution Lead at Microsoft, where he directed partner-led sales and management of Fortune 500 customers, as well as, enforcing corporate intellectual property. Prior to that, Alexander held several other strategic roles within Microsoft including Developer Solution Specialist for Microsoft Developer Tools focused on large enterprise accounts, Partner Account Manager on the Corporate Account Business, and Strategic Engagement Manager. Alexander’s experience includes sales management, partner management, business development, solution selling and product management.
At Concurrency, Alexander’s focus is developing go-to-market, partner, and field strategies, maximizing the effectiveness of Concurrency’s selling force as it applies to our partner co-selling efforts and third party revenue attainment.
Commenting on his hiring at Concurrency, Alexander said, “For the last seventeen years, I have truly enjoyed growing Microsoft’s business through its partner network. Now I have the opportunity to continue that work directly for one of the best Microsoft partners in the country. I joined Concurrency because of its stellar reputation for architecting and integrating across the Microsoft platform, as well as its culture of excellence.” Concurrency President, James Savage, added “Chad’s extensive experience within the Microsoft ecosystem makes him uniquely qualified for this position. We are thrilled to have him on board.”
About Concurrency
Founded in 1989, Concurrency, Inc. is an award-winning Microsoft partner dedicated to helping companies use technology to improve their business productivity. Clients choose Concurrency for its team approach, top talent, project-scoped work plans and business value that encompasses people, process, and technology.
A Microsoft National Solution Provider (NSP), Concurrency envisions, architects, and integrates across all Microsoft enterprise platforms, including Azure, SharePoint, System Center, Skype for Business, Exchange, and Dynamics CRM. Concurrency specializes in helping clients with their transition to the cloud, specifically Office 365 and Azure.
Microsoft has recognized Concurrency with multiple partner-of-the-year awards, including 2014 Microsoft Partner of the Year Finalist in Management and Virtualization; 2012 Microsoft Content Management Partner of the Year; 2012 Microsoft Central Region Partner of the Year; and 2012 & 2011 Microsoft Midwest Area Partner of the Year.
Author

Ted Wentzel

Director of Marketing