InfoSystems Hires 29-year Industry Veteran Scott Davis As New Director of Sales

Wednesday, August 21, 2013
Scott Davis
Scott Davis

InfoSystems has hired Scott Davis, formerly of IBM, to be its new director of sales.

In his new role, Mr. Davis will spend part of his time expanding and building on InfoSystems’ relationships with current and new enterprise-level clients while providing new focus and direction for the small and midsize sales team.

“With his experience, proven track record and dedication to fostering relationships with clients, Scott is the smart choice to lead our company and sales team to the next level,” said Clay Hales, president and CEO of InfoSystems.

Mr. Davis brings 29 years of technology industry experience to InfoSystems, most recently serving with IBM as a client solution executive. There, he managed multidisciplinary solution design teams to develop complex infrastructure solutions for IBM’s largest engagements, focusing on creating effective partnerships with clients’ senior executive teams and aligning customers’ business strategy, drivers, and goals throughout the solution development cycle.

“I’ve been working with InfoSystems for a number of years in my role with IBM, and I’ve been impressed with their depth of knowledge, business acumen and integrity, so this was absolutely the right choice for me at this point in my career,” remarked Mr. Davis. “Everything I’ve done up to now has prepared me to take on this role with a goal to elevate our service and solutions to customers and ensure their success during challenging times by helping them address the complexity and rapid change of business technology that is going on in the marketplace.”

Prior to Mr. Davis' 16 years with IBM, he worked for Entex Information Systems, DecisionOne, Wang, and served in the U.S. Navy.


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