Quest Names Avaya Vet Michael Singer Federal Sales VP

Quest Software‘s (NASDAQ: QSFT) public sector subsidiary has appointed Michael Singer vice president of federal sales, Quest announced Tuesday.

Singer will be responsible for overseeing and driving growth of Quest’s federal sales department. This includes leading support for the Defense Department, intelligence, civilian and defense contractor markets.

The 25-year sales and marketing veteran was previously president of acquisition software firm Distributed Solutions Inc.

Singer also previously served as vice president of Avaya‘s federal business unit.

Singer has served as chairman emeritus of the USO of Metropolitan Washington‘s board of directors and on the executive committee of the board of directors of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association.

“His talent and vision will further boost our ability to deliver cost-effective solutions and meet the needs of our government customers, ” Paul Christman, president and CEO of Quest Software public sector, said in the announcement.

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