Parsippany-based FNT Software, a provider of integrated software solutions for IT management, data center infrastructure management and telecommunication infrastructure management worldwide, today announced the appointment of Sean Graham as general manager of North America Operations.
Formerly a vice president of the Infrastructure Management and the New Business Innovation Business Unit at CA Technologies, Graham will lead the company’s strategic sales operations in North America. Graham’s previous experience supporting enterprise customers and telecom service providers will be instrumental in guiding FNT Software’s go-to-market strategy, building on the company’s global customer base.
“FNT’s solution portfolio allows progressive organizations, such as colocation providers, large enterprise IT departments, managed service providers and telecommunication operators to centralize their IT infrastructure and IT service delivery chain in a holistic and unique approach,” said Graham. “I look forward to working with the team to develop and execute an aggressive growth strategy for the vast market in the United States. FNT’s strong market presence in Europe and trusted customer base with large international deployments will provide solid references for us to build on here.”
“The hiring of Graham reinforces FNT Software’s commitment to provide customers efficient integrated software solutions that support enterprise and telecom data center infrastructure and environments,” explained Nikolaus Albrecht, CEO of FNT Software. “His leadership and experience will make him a great asset to our North American operations, as he successfully led his previous company’s strategic growth plan.”
Graham has more than 20 years of experience in sales, operations, management and consulting. Prior to working with FNT Software, he worked at CA Technologies as the VP Business Unit Executive, VP Business Development for DCIM and Energy Solutions, and the VP Chief of Staff for New Business Innovation. He also held various management and consulting positions at BearingPoint Consulting and AT&T.
Graham holds a BS in Mathematics from University of Scranton and an MBA in Information Technology from Stevens Institute of Technology.Related Articles: