RagingWire Data Centers names two new senior vice presidents
Sep 27, 2013 (MarketLine via COMTEX) --
RagingWire Data Centers has promoted Douglas Adams to senior vice president and chief revenue officer, and Jason Weckworth to senior vice president and COO.
"Promoting Doug Adams and Jason Weckworth recognizes their significant contributions to RagingWire and the considerable growth opportunity that lies ahead for the company," said George Macricostas, CEO and founder of RagingWire.
"Doug was one of the founding executives of the company and has built an industry-leading sales and marketing team with exceptional go-to-market programs. Jason and his team have been building and running world-class data centers for RagingWire since the company was formed in 2000. I am pleased that Doug and Jason will take on these expanded executive roles and lead RagingWire's next growth phase."
Mr Adams joined RagingWire in 2001, shortly after the inception of the company, with responsibility for client relationships, business development, corporate communications, and branding, providing leadership and strategic direction to ensure customer satisfaction and drive RagingWire's growth.
Previously, Mr Adams was vice president of Sales and Marketing and General Manager for NEC Technologies, Inc. With over 25 years of experience, Mr Adams began his career at Mars, Inc. in sales, business development, and management.
Mr Weckworth has been RagingWire's vice president of Data Center Operations since 2011, responsible for construction, site development, design and engineering, quality assurance, client services, and facility operations. Previously, he was President and CEO of Weckworth Construction which was responsible for excavation, general construction, electrical construction, telecommunications, and metal fabrication of RagingWire's Sacramento data center campus.
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