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Brian Strosser Promoted to DLT President

Brian Strosser

DLT Solutions, a leader in public sector technology, announced Monday that former chief operating officer Brian Strosser will take on the role of president.

Strosser will continue to be responsible for the growth of sales in key sectors like cybersecurity, big data and working to support the federal government through industry-leading partnerships with globally-recognized technology companies.

“During Brian’s nine-year career with [DLT] he has leveraged his extensive knowledge of technology and the government market, as well as his deep vendor relationships and infectious energy to drive results for his customers,” said Art Richer, CEO of DLT Solutions. “Brian’s experience and leadership within our staff has been a key component of our growth and success.”

With more than 18 years of public sector experience, Strosser stretches his background across industries, from distribution to manufacturing to executive vice president of sales and marketing. Prior to his role as COO at DLT he worked sales and management leadership positions at GTSI, World Wide Technology, Sun Microsystems and NetApp, named to the FedScoop 50 in 2015 for Industry Leadership.

“Since day one, my focus has been on developing a vendor portfolio and sales team that can help our customers take advantage of leading technologies to achieve their goals,” Strosser said. “I’m honored by the confidence that Art and our executive board has shown in me through this appointment, and look forward to working with them and our entire team to extend the incredible growth we’ve experienced over the past decade.”

DLT Solutions is a leading technology partner to the federal, state and local government, education, utilities and healthcare markets, dedicated to helping the public sector simplify their technology procurements and ensuring their customers have the best options for cybersecurity, cloud infrastructure, digital design, IT consolidation and IT management.

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