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Jeff Henry Promoted to President at ViON

Jeff Henry

Jeff Henry, former senior vice president of strategic initiatives at ViON, has been promoted as president of the Herndon, Virginia-based government information technology contractor.

ViON said Tuesday Henry brings more than three decades of sales and marketing experience to his new position as well as his knowledge of emerging technology platforms that are relevant to federal and commercial IT clients.

“In [Henry’s] new role he will continue to cultivate relationships with our partners and manufacturers,” said Tom Frana, ViON chairman and CEO.

Henry joined the company in May last year after his tenure as SVP and general manager of the Americas sales and services unit of Hitachi Data Systems.

His industry career also includes time as VP and GM at Unisys (NYSE: UIS), VP for global accounts at HP and regional VP at Compaq Computer.

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