|By PR Newswire||
|March 11, 2014 06:45 AM EDT||
AUSTIN, Texas, March 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Catapult Systems, a globally-focused Microsoft consulting firm and nationally managed Microsoft systems integrator, today announced the appointment of Mike Vacanti as the General Manager of its newest office in Seattle, WA. As the first joint office between recently merged Catapult Systems and ChinaSoft International, this role will be the first of its kind for the Seattle business unit.
Re-locating from Bloomington, MN, Vacanti brings with him a vast amount of managerial and executive experience from his background in business development, sales, and P&L management. Most recently, he ran the Central US for Jeitosa, CDI, and Analysts International. Mike has spent many years in the Microsoft partner ecosystem and will be bringing a number of those relationships to Catapult's Seattle business unit. His high impact motivation, entrepreneurial vision, and clear and direct communication are what convinced Catapult's COO, Andrew Montz, that Mike Vacanti was the right person for this position.
"Myself as well as the entire executive team have full confidence in Mike and his ability to oversee our newest team in Seattle while maintaining the culture and expertise that has made Catapult Systems successful for over 20 years," says Montz.
Mike's main priorities as the General Manager will include implementing an effective business development strategy, developing and leveraging Catapult's Microsoft Field Sales partnership in the Seattle area, and providing career mentorship and direction to employees.
About Catapult Systems
Catapult Systems, a CSI company, is a globally-focused Microsoft IT consulting firm that provides application development, enterprise solutions and infrastructure services. With offices in Austin, Dallas, Denver, Ft. Lauderdale, Houston, Phoenix, San Antonio, Tampa and Washington, D.C., along with a Federal practice, Catapult implements innovative technology solutions that enable our clients to achieve their business objectives while deriving the maximum value from their Microsoft technology investments. For more information, please visit www.catapultsystems.com.
About ChinaSoft International Limited (SEHK:354)
Founded in 2000, ChinaSoft International Limited is a listed company on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange with its code of 354.HK. It is a large China based comprehensive software and information services provider, ranging from end-to-end services of consulting, solution, outsourcing and talent training. It serves clients in manufacturing, finance, telecommunication, high-tech, transportation, energy and also the government. The Company provides global services to over 100 multinational companies with close to 19,000 employees located worldwide based in 25 cities including mainland China, Hong Kong, Princeton, Seattle, London, Tokyo and etc. For more information, please visit www.chinasofti.com.
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