John Cyrus Joins HighPoint as IT Strategy, Business Solutions Director

John Cyrus Joins HighPoint as IT Strategy, Business Solutions Director
John Cyrus Director HighPoint Global

John Cyrus, formerly a senior information technology executive at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, has been named director of IT strategy and business solutions at HighPoint Global.

The 24-year public and private sector veteran will be responsible for advancing HighPoint's government market pursuits in the application development, DevOps and cloud migration areas, the company said.

Cyrus previously helped manage USPTO's robotic process automation program and IT portfolios during his career at the agency. He also worked at the Food and Drug Administration as computer scientist for its business informatics office.

His industry career has included time at Welt Software Functions, SRA, Deloitte, IBM (NYSE: IBM) and SAP (NYSE: SAP).

The certified project management professional received accreditation in cybersecurity from Harvard University.

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