GTSI picks new sales veep

Scott Friedlander, who joined GTSI in 2001 to manage the company's Enterprise Technology Practices, has been promoted to executive vice president of sales. In his new role, Friedlander will manage all areas in GTSI that generate revenue, and will report directly to Dendy Young, the company's chairman and chief executive officer.

During his tenure as head of Enterprise Technology, Friedlander created an Emerging Growth Technology practice to bring the newest technologies into the GTSI fold.

“Scott has demonstrated extraordinary leadership qualities and business acumen in growing the Technology Practices to their current level,” Young said in a statement announcing Friedlander's promotion. “He identified strong leaders and built practice areas that continue to directly address our customers’ needs. We look to Scott to manage the revenue-generating areas within GTSI and to help us grow our enterprise solution and services business.”

Prior to joining GTSI, Friedlander spent more than l8 years at Xerox. He was vice president and general manager of public-sector operations for the North American Solutions Group there when he left to join GTSI.

Terri Allen, former senior vice president of sales, left GTSI in July.

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