Andrew Sullivan, Marty Fischer Take Director Roles at Intelligent Decisions; Rhett Butler Comments

Intelligent DecisionsAndrew Sullivan and Marty Fischer have joined Intelligent Decisions in director roles as the company aims to bring new technologies to the government market.

Sullivan will lead sales to the Defense Department and Fischer will serve as director of federal enterprise solutions, ID said Tuesday.

Rhett Butler, vice president of sales, said Sullivan and Fischer hold experience in technology areas such as cybersecurity, cloud computing and mobile devices.

A veteran of NetApp and Oracle, Sullivan will oversee the company’s work under the U.S. Army’s Communications and Transmission Systems contract.

Fischer will lead ID’s enterprise programs for defense, intelligence and federal civilian agencies.

The 15-year industry veteran has previously led development teams at Oracle,  Red Hat,  Raytheon and Microsoft.

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