Microsoft's Travis Wright Joins Cireson as Partner, and Director of Product Management
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SAN DIEGO, Sept. 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Cireson makes official the news that Travis Wright, a long time Microsoft Principal Program Manager behind System Center Operations Manager and Service Manager, as well as a beloved figure in the community, will join the Cireson team as an integral part of the company's growth. Wright leaves Microsoft after 11 years of dedicated work and many outstanding accomplishments, which include the first versions of Microsoft Operations Manager 2000, major redesigns for Operations Manager 2005, and 2007/R2 and Service Manager 2010 and 2012. His new role brings about considerable excitement for both parties, as they feel this synergy will prove to be a critical inflection point in the company's growth and global expansion.
Making the big move to such an energetic, committed, and passionate team, Travis Wright sees great potential for the future, and comments on this landmark career move, saying, "I wouldn't be leaving Microsoft after so many great years if I didn't truly believe that Cireson is such an exceptional company with amazing people and tremendous opportunity. Cireson's products and services take System Center to the next level." He also looks forward to the high level of collaboration, innovation, and development that will come with working alongside such a talented group of people.
Partners Paul Sutton and Shaun Ericson welcome Wright as Partner and Director of Product Management, who will focus on managing the product development of Cireson's market leading Service Manager apps and will continue to be deeply involved with the System Center community.
Remarking on this momentous addition, Ericson and Sutton reveal, "We are extremely happy that Travis is joining the Cireson Management Team as we continue our rapid growth by taking System Center and Asset Management to new heights. Travis is a very well known, visionary leader in the user and product experience of System Center. We look forward to working with Travis to enhance Cireson's app offerings for our over 500 customers and the greater System Center community."
The excitement that surrounds this announcement will be the first in a number of developments regarding major news for the company as they continue their role as industry leaders. Furthering the tone of great progress witnessed over the last year including record growth, enhanced app features, and new products such as the upcoming Self-Service Portal, Cireson wholeheartedly welcomes Wright with big ideas and even greater plans for the future.
For individuals interested in learning more about this big announcement, Travis will be hosting a webinar, scheduled October 2nd at 09:30am US Pacific / 12:30pm US Eastern /18:30 Europe - to discuss his reasons for joining Cireson, the future of System Center, and how Cireson will be at the forefront of this strategy. Register here: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/319415166.
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