Press Releases: 2013
Datapipe Appoints New COO to Evolve Operations and Customer Support
Jersey City, NJ, March 26, 2013 – Datapipe, a global provider of managed services and infrastructure for outsourced IT and cloud computing, today announced the promotion of Daniel Newton to Chief Operating Officer. Prior to joining Datapipe, Daniel led Dell’s Physician Services Technology Business unit after moving from the UK to the US. Today’s announcement underscores Datapipe’scontinued commitment to operational excellence and industry-leading customer support.
“We're pleased to have someone with Daniel's experience and capabilities join our team,” said Robb Allen, CEO, Datapipe. “Dan has implemented significant organizational efficiencies and processes that have resulted in improved customer support, reporting and staff alignment. Dan's addition to the team solidified a number of ongoing company wide improvements and we look forward to his continued success.”
Daniel Newton began his technology career via consulting, where he specialized in healthcare as well as advising private and government organizations across Europe. Newton quickly advanced to senior management roles, working for Perot Systems, leading their Technical and Applications Services team. He holds a B.Sc. (Hons) in Biomedical Science from the University of the West of England.
“Since joining the Datapipe team, I have seen first hand the company’s dedication to delivering a world class service experience,” Newton said. “In accepting this new role and responsibility, I look forward to the challenge of improving Datapipe’s consistent, award winning, managed services by refining our processes and ensuring the efficient use of our resources.”
Datapipe offers a single provider solution for managing and securing mission-critical IT services, including cloud computing, infrastructure as a service, platform as a service, colocation and data centers. Datapipe delivers those services from the world’s most influential technical and financial markets including New York metro, Silicon Valley, London, Hong Kong and Shanghai.