Bretton Lind has been hired to lead the Fibernet Corp. sales team as the new sales manager.
Orem, UT Local colocation expert and infrastructure as a service (IAAS) provider, Fibernet Corp., is pleased to announce the addition of Bretton Lind to the company as the new Sales Manager.
Lind comes to Fibernet from the Corewise Group, where he acted as founding president and chief consultant. Corewise Group, a technology consulting practice, has specialized in the outsourcing of non-core technology to IT infrastructure and systems providers since 2004.
In addition to founding the Corewise Group, Lind has filled the role of a global account manager for Verizon Business, where he facilitated enterprise solution engagements for mobility, Cloud IT, advanced communications, security, and global networks. Additionally, Lind acted as the Vice President of Sales and Marketing for CSolutions in Salt Lake City, where his primary focus was to develop initiatives for improving DSL markets across the Wasatch Front. Lind has also been affiliated with several other managed service providers, such as DirectPointe, Center7, inQuo locally, as well as the Data Storage Media division of 3M Logistics in St. Paul, MN.
Lind states, “I am committed to carrying on the vision and strength of Fibernet as the premier provider of reliable, scalable, and secure IT infrastructure. There is no better provider in Utah! Fibernet has always been and will continue to be the strongest locally-owned enabler and accelerator of IT services. In my new role as Sales Manager, I am committed to extending our core solutions to every potential client as we continue to shape our clients’ futures in digital commerce and communications.”
Fibernet CFO Lee Livingston added, “Bretton has an incredibly impressive background in pushing sales and helping companies and clients get the most for their businesses. That, paired with his deep history in the technology industry, makes him a perfect fit to lead our sales team here at Fibernet.”
Bretton Lind is a Utah State University alumnus with bachelor degrees in both Business Administration and Liberal Arts & Sciences, in addition to completion of International Relations coursework. He also received minors in Political Science, Economics, and Mandarin Chinese. A former member of the USU Symphony, Lind was also actively involved in building the USU Partners in Business program.