Josh Davis, Robert Goodwin Join Leadership At InfoSystems

Monday, October 9, 2017
Josh Davis
Josh Davis

Josh Davis has joined InfoSystems, Inc. as director of marketing. Mr. Davis will lead efforts to further strengthen relationships between InfoSystems employees, customers and business partners across Tennessee and North Georgia. 

"Josh was the clear choice for this position,” said Clay Hales, InfoSystems’ president and CEO. “He has a deep understanding of IT systems and marketing strategies that can only be acquired through years of working in the technology industry. He sees the bigger picture but doesn’t miss the finer details. We’re focused on growing IT consulting and technical services to companies around the Southeast that need security and cloud consultation and Josh will play a key role in helping us grow our business.” 

Mr. Davis brings 13 years of experience in leadership positions in marketing and sales to the company. He previously worked for Finish Line, The Trade Secrets, SRC Technology Solutions and PA Group. From 2012 to 2013, Mr. Davis worked at InfoSystems as its marketing communications manager. 

A Tennessee native, Mr. Davis earned his management and marketing degree at Middle Tennessee State University. His leadership in the Chattanooga community includes terms as president of the Young Professionals Association of Chattanooga and as a board member of the Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce.

Robert Goodwin has been promoted at InfoSystems as director of engineering services. Mr. Goodwin has been part of the InfoSystems technical services team for more than nine years.  

"Nearly a year ago, Robert agreed to take on leadership of our engineering team, as well as our new project management office,” said Clay Hales, InfoSystems’ president and CEO. “He has taken these two departments to new levels of success with his diligent work and proven ability to solve big-picture problems for our clients. In this new position, Mr. Goodwin will oversee engineering operations and help drive our ability to offer CIO level strategy for our clients as well as InfoSystems.”  

In his previous roles, Mr. Goodwin gained more than 20 years of experience as a systems/storage administrator and analyst for national companies like Pershing Yoakley & Associates, PHP/Cariten and Covenant Health. In early 2008, Mr. Goodwin became a senior solutions architect at InfoSystems. Since then, he earned promotions to storage technology team leader and then to engineering services manager. He will now oversee a team of 12 at the company.

Mr. Goodwin graduated from ITT Technical Institute with an electronic engineering degree. He is also a certified IBM Certified Infrastructure Systems Architect, Prince2 Project Management Practitioner and TOGAF 9. 


Robert Goodwin
Robert Goodwin

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