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FlexITy Announces Enza Alexander as New Executive Vice President of Sales

Record growth and geographical expansion has led to the creation of a new leadership role at FlexITy. Effective immediately, Enza Alexander is joining FlexITy as the Executive Vice President of Sales, responsible for sales strategy, policy, management and execution across all FlexITy locations.

RICHMOND HILL, ON, Jan. 8, 2014 /CNW/ - FlexITy Solutions Inc., an award winning provider of Unified Communications, Data Centre Technologies, Cloud and Managed Services, is pleased to announce the appointment of Enza Alexander to their leadership team. A seasoned industry expert, Ms. Alexander will be responsible for all areas of sales and will report directly to FlexITy CEO and President, Peter Stavropoulos. With over two decades in information technology, Ms. Alexander has held senior leadership roles in top innovative and successful organizations in the IT industry. She brings a rich history of experience including finance, operations, sales, marketing and professional services.

"Our rapid growth and expansion into new markets has created the need for this important role on our leadership team," explained Peter Stavropoulos, CEO and President, FlexITy. "I have known and respected Enza for some time and am pleased she has agreed to join us. Her experience, enthusiasm and deep industry knowledge will make her a key contributor as we continue to innovate to deliver thought leadership through new services that delight our clients."

Recognized as one of Canada's leading Women in Technology by IT Canada and CDN Magazine, Ms. Alexander is known for fresh thinking, inspiring teams and collaborating well with her executive colleagues. Passionate about helping clients better understand the positive impact and possibilities that business technology solutions can deliver, she has a long and successful track record built on driving client solutions that are value-based.

"I am excited to be joining FlexITy at this time in their evolution as an organization," said Ms. Alexander. "The team at FlexITy represents some of the brightest minds in the industry today and recent shifts in IT provide a tremendous opportunity to create and deliver new solutions built on driving business performance for our customers, particularly in the emerging market of Managed Services."

Ms. Alexander will be responsible for the planning, development and execution of all growth management strategies at FlexITy. Supported by a strong team of high performers, her focus will be to enable clients to innovate and accelerate on their rapid growth in the markets they serve.

Ms. Alexander is a graduate of the University of Toronto with a degree in Finance.

About FlexITy Solutions
FlexITy Solutions is a leading provider of voice, data, converged and managed services for businesses throughout Canada. FlexITy's approach aligns best practices with its industry acumen to deliver unprecedented results for its clients, reducing costs and optimizing critical infrastructure management. FlexITy offers a broad range of products and services including infrastructure design, implementation and support, security and compliance solutions, Unified Communications, Managed Services and Data Centre integration. FlexITy is proven to be one of North America's fastest growing Unified Communications and Collaboration service providers. Experienced People. Advanced Technologies. Powered by Passion. www.FlexITy.com, 866.779.FLEX(3539).

SOURCE FlexITy Solutions Inc.

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