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Microsoft Vet Kevin Adler Joins Metalogix as State, Local Govt Strategic Account Exec

Kevin Adler
Kevin Adler

Kevin Adler,  a 16-year veteran of Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT), has joined Washington-based content management software vendor Metalogix as strategic account executive for the company’s U.S. state and local government business area.

He brings extensive knowledge of Microsoft’s ecosystem and integrated technology offerings with Metalogix to his new position,  Metalogix said Monday.

“Kevin’s proven ability to successfully deliver solutions into the state and local marketplace will significantly enhance our ability to assist agencies with their migration, security and management needs, ” noted Tod Tompkins, ‎vice president of Metalogix’s public sector segment.

Adler previously served as a solutions sales professional for Microsoft’s Dynamics Service and implemented sales and marketing strategies for cloud-based knowledge management, self-service and customer service social software products.

He has also played a key role in Microsoft’s efforts to establish a presence in the government spatial market as a solutions specialist for its Bing Maps for Enterprise platform.

Before that, he was marketing manager for the public sector business of Microsoft and led the company’s strategy, messaging, design and campaign implementation activities related to servers, productivity and developer tools.

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