Techadox Strengthens OEM and Retail Sector Strategy With New Vice President of Business Development
Industry expert and segment innovator Stephen J. Briscoe joins the Techadox Team
NEWARK, Del., March 13, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Techadox, Inc. has hired Stephen J. Briscoe as Vice President of Business Development. Based in Tampa, Florida, Briscoe will be responsible for spearheading engagement for Techadox in some key industry segments and assisting in the further development of user-centered upgrades for enterprise-level clients.
“We’re excited about Stephen joining the Techadox team,” Kyle Buzzard, Chief Operating Officer of Techadox, said of the hire. “Stephen is aligned with us on market and client needs and how to bring on-demand labor to enterprise clients. He brings over 25 years of successful experience in Information Technology Service Management.”
Briscoe has held senior leadership roles at several enterprise Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) and third-party suppliers. Briscoe has extensive experience with IT infrastructure support and consumer transaction technology environments.
We will be introducing a completely new model for technology support that directly connects enterprise organizations with the technician doing the work.
“I’m excited for the opportunity to work with an innovator like Techadox,” Briscoe said. “We will be introducing a completely new model for technology support that directly connects enterprise organizations with the technician doing the work.”
Briscoe will be further developing Techadox’s support model, which focuses on reducing cost layers and the internal resources needed to manage service delivery to businesses.
Briscoe has helped pioneer numerous new support methodologies in the marketplace, including integrated third-party, multi-vendor support solutions and pay-per-event service financial models. He has been interviewed in technology trade publications and published white papers on redefining the technology services model.
“Stephen has a unique perspective from his vast experience in and around on-demand labor,” Buzzard said. “He combines a deep understanding of enterprise customer infrastructure support needs with an intimate knowledge of service delivery operations and the IT managed services industry.
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