Apptis names new CFO

Patrick Attilio is the new chief financial officer at Apptis, an information technology solutions and services provider to government and industry, the company announced. Attilio has more than 20 years’ experience in the IT industry and deep experience in financial operations.

As CFO, Attilio's fiduciary oversight and strategic management will help Apptis build its financial infrastructure, providing a competitive advantage to assist in driving the company's growth.

"His wealth of professional experience and understanding of the people, tools and processes associated with our business infrastructure is highly advantageous as we continuously strive to increase our revenue and earnings growth," said Steve Baldwin, president and chief executive officer of Apptis.

Previously, Attilio was the vice president of finance at Unisys' global public-sector business unit. During his more than 20-year tenure at Unisys, he held a variety of financial and accounting management positions at both the corporate and operating unit levels. Before working at Unisys, Attilio held positions at Hertz and the United Nations.

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