Gregory Reyes to Lead Defense, Intell Business Development at IntelliDyne; Tony Crescenzo Comments

IntelliDyneLogoGregory Reyes, a 28-year sales and business development veteran, has joined IntelliDyne as a senior director of business development.

Reyes will be responsible for IntelliDyne’s development programs in its defense, intelligence, State Department and emerging market businesses, the company said Wednesday.

Tony Crescenzo, IntelliDyne CEO, said Reyes will employ a consultative approach toward helping IntelliDyne work with customers and also to target markets.

Reyes previously held roles in corporate development, management, business development and sales at IBM (NYSE: IBM), AT&T (NYSE: T), the Defense Information Systems Agency, Pearson, DynCorp International and ILS Consulting.

He has received awards for corporate development and business incubation from the White House, Senate, Defense Department, Army, DISA, Morehouse College and Inc. Magazine.

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