InfoSystems Names New CEO Among Numerous Leadership Promotions

Tuesday, November 5, 2019
Clay Hales
Clay Hales
InfoSystems, a Chattanooga-based information technology and cybersecurity firm celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, announced Tuesday a series of wide-sweeping leadership promotions, including the appointment of Scott Davis to the position of chief executive officer. As Mr. Davis moves into the CEO spot, longtime InfoSystems leader, Clay Hales, will transition to the dual roles of president and board chairman. 

“There are few things I’m more proud of in my life than the successes we’ve achieved at InfoSystems over the past quarter-century,” said Mr. Hales, founder and newly minted president and board chair at InfoSystems. “It’s a testament to the exceptional team we’ve built that today we’re able to name a new CEO and surround him with fresh leadership appointments that will enable even more wins, and all these promotions come from our current roster of InfoSystems employees.”

In addition to Mr.
Davis being named CEO, InfoSystems has made the following promotions:

Keith Hales, chief operating officer
Fred Cobb, executive vice president of services and chief information security officer
Chris Kotte, vice president of enterprise sales
Josh Davis, (remains) vice president of marketing; (adds) partner and principal consultant of 8Bend Marketing, an InfoSystems affiliate business

“It’s a true honor to be named CEO of InfoSystems, a business I’ve had the pleasure of contributing to in various capacities over the past six years,” said Mr. Davis, CEO at InfoSystems. “Clay has done an incredible job growing and successfully maneuvering this business for the past 25 years, and I am excited to take reins and help drive us to new heights in the years to come.”

In addition to serving as president and board chair of InfoSystems, Mr. Hales will also manage the interests of InfoSystems’ affiliated businesses. Those organizations are APSU, Inc.; ZPX Cloud, LLC; and 8Bend Marketing, LLC.
Scott Davis
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