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Craig Anthony Janus Appointed Chief Growth Officer of IntelliDyne

Craig Anthony Janus

IntelliDyne announced on Tuesday that Craig Anthony Janus has been appointed the company’s chief growth officer. Janus will lead the firm’s growth and strategic planning, including industry partnerships and M&A activities.

Before joining IntelliDyne, he completed the sale of the Professional Services Group of Merlin International. Janus served as the president of the group, where he led the sale process, transition, management presentations and integration to the Xator Corporation. He joined Xator in 2015 and served as senior vice president and general manager of Enterprise Technology and Cybersecurity.

Prior to his tenure with Xator, Janus held various senior leadership positions with Unisys, URS Corp., KeyLogic Systems and Vagent between 2011 and 2015. From 1996 to 2011, Janus served as an adjunct professor for Johns Hopkins University where he developed and taught curriculum in telecommunications, networking, and business management for the Carey School of Business.

In addition, Janus was the corporate vice president for Noblis between 2001 and 2007, the vice president of SAIC from 1996 to 2001 and was the chief operating officer of the American Exchange Network between 1994 and 1996.

Janus graduated, cum laude, from Washington Adventist University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration in 1992. He went on to earn a Masters of Science Degree in Information & Telecommunications Technologies with a 4.0 GPA in 1996.

About IntelliDyne

IntelliDyne is a consulting firm that enables better business performance and mission outcomes through innovative technology solutions. We manage public sector programs that deliver higher operational efficiency and measurable value to clients.

We advise, develop and execute effective solutions in Advanced Analytics, Information Assurance/Cyber Security, Cloud Computing, Application Development and Mobile Computing, and Enterprise Infrastructure Management.

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