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Coreio Appoints Veteran IT Executive Paul Hutchinson as Advisory Practice Executive

Hutchinson brings depth of experience in End User Computing and Networking

TORONTO, Jan. 12, 2017 /CNW/ - Coreio Inc. continues to build momentum in its IT Infrastructure and Operations Advisory Services offering with the appointment of IT and Telecommunications Operations Executive Paul Hutchinson to lead its End User Computing and Networking practice.  As Practice Executive, he will be managing the expansion of End User Computing and Networking-practice related services with a focus on IT transformation for enterprise. He will be responsible for managing the day to day activities of the practice as well as the strategy for the business.

Hutchinson brings more than 30 years' experience in IT with a strong Canadian, US and Global presence, including significant expertise in service transformations, system implementations, managed services, offshore management and program management.  "Throughout his career, Paul has been successful at leading services organizations that provide world class employee and customer experience," said David Naiman, Coreio President and CEO, "His career has demonstrated a dedication to the transformation of IT services to drive business growth, which aligns with our guiding principle here at Coreio to view our clients' IT strategy through a business lens, develop a thorough understanding of our clients' business needs and use that insight to inform the design of a solution that fits what is needed." 

Prior to joining the Coreio team, Hutchinson held various senior executive positions at major IT telecommunications organizations including Ericsson Canada, Avaya, IBM Global Services and Ciena Corporation.  In these roles he provided planning, staffing, budgeting and leadership of multi-million-dollar implementation and support projects that included system integration consulting and IT services and transformation.  Additionally, he has successfully developed and led professional services practices that significantly contributed to the revenue and customer satisfaction growth of the organizations of which he was a part.

"My vision for Coreio's End User and Networking practice is to grow a leading edge team of consultants that will assist our clients in transformative change in technology, process and organization," said Hutchinson, "This team will provide thought leadership, strategic insight and tactical direction to enable customers to move their business forward."

More than 90% of the experts within Coreio Advisory Services have more than 25 years' IT industry experience, many as former client-side IT executives. That real world experience means the solutions that Coreio recommends will reflect a maturity of perspective that ensures they are tested, implementable and directly beneficial to business.   

In addition to providing strategic IT counsel to enterprise clients regarding Infrastructure and Operations, Coreio provides a variety of managed IT services across onsite IT support, data centre and networking, asset lifecycle management and request/incident management.

More information is available on Coreio's website at www.coreio.com and on Twitter @coreioinc and LinkedIn.

About Coreio
Coreio Inc. is a leading Toronto-based IT services provider that delivers IT Infrastructure and Operations solutions for enterprise-scale companies across North America. We build on our 35-plus year history as a strategic partner, and apply our experience as in-house IT experts, to help our clients solve complex business and technology issues, so they can focus on what they do best.  Visit www.coreio.com for more information.

SOURCE Coreio Inc.

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