Solution provider gets an influx of new management

Digica Solutions of North Toronto has brought in two new executives to handle North American sales and its DigiCare services offering.

In the position of director of North American sales is Chris Notley. The 15 year veteran comes to Digica with Fortune 500 experience and will be responsible for all sales related revenue generation activities. In 2009, Digica expanded its operation to cover all of North America.

Gary McNally, President and founder of Digica, said Notley joined Digica in 2009 and successfully advanced the company’s IBM portfolio and data centre offerings.

George Anderson takes over as Digica’s new Director of DigiCare Services, the company’s managed services offering. Anderson has more than a decade of experience designing, deploying and managing complex IT environments in small,medium and large enterprise settings. He will be responsible for DigiCare’s strategic vision.

“George brings an energetic leadership to the role that will shape the future of how we deliver services at Digica. His extensive experience in designing, marketing and selling the DigiCare portfolio has made Digica the successful services partner it has become today,” McNally said.

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