Farmingdale, NY- July 8, 2014 In a move that further bolsters the company’s relationship with Microsoft, Nectar has recently named Tom Tuttle to Vice President of the Microsoft Practice at Nectar Services Corp., a leader in the development of network monitoring and management software for the Unified Communications industry.
Tuttle has proven to be a major asset for Nectar and the Microsoft Practice, administering the expansion of Nectar’s Microsoft relationship, which has been critical to business growth, and business development efforts. He has over 25 years of experience in the networking and software industry, working with service providers, system integrators, and channels alike.
Before Nectar, Tuttle served as the Senior Vice President of Sales at Plato Learning until 2010 when he became Vice President of business development at Netsocket, Inc. Tom has also worked with Fortune 500 companies such as American Airlines, IBM, HP, and Verizon, while holding senior-level roles at AT&T, Gateway, Level (3) Communications, and Orange Business Services.
“Tom has been instrumental in driving our rapid growth around our Microsoft Lync monitoring solution and leads our Depth Partner relationship with the Microsoft team,” said Nectar CEO, David Giangano. “He is a strong addition to our senior leadership team and will play a key role as we continue to expand our Microsoft Lync business with service providers and our channel partners.”
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Nectar delivers business value by developing innovative solutions that arm IT organizations with actionable information that helps to adapt to change, manage complexity, and deliver quantifiable ROI reporting. Our flagship offering, Converged Management Platform (CMP) improves service delivery across integrated voice, data, video and UC applications, by providing critical performance information to executives and technical resources. Armed with this knowledge, companies now have the foundation to align IT initiatives with business objectives, transform their infrastructure and free up critical resources. Visit www.nectarcorp.com for more information.