Are you going to WPC? If so, you won’t want to miss the chance to meet with our team in person. The Wiz will be at the BitTitan booth #1501 for photos, joined by BitTitan cloud experts. Here are some of the smiling faces you can meet at WPC this year!
The Wiz joined BitTitan in 2011 and has since migrated more than 4.2 million users across 107,000 companies to the cloud. In addition to his lightning-fast migration powers, he boasts a heroic sense of duty to help transform IT service providers into modern MSPs. He is driven to help partners differentiate their business, modernize their sales and marketing, and grow recurring cloud revenue. The Wiz also has a soft side; the only thing our hero loves more than a swift, sweet migration is lending a little extra kindness. The Wiz encourages you to visit the BitTitan booth #1501 at WPC and he will donate $10 per visitor to Doctors Without Borders!
Terry Emmingham, manager for the western US, joined BitTitan in August of 2014. A lover of live music, Terry plays multiple instruments himself. He once partied with George Takei—really, you should ask him about it.
Other members of Terry’s team at WPC include technical strategist Brandon Schnierer.
Tina Donahue, manager for the northeastern US, joined BitTitan during the holiday season in 2014. Tina has played professional basketball in Australia and stays active today with cycling and mountain biking.
Other members of her team at WPC include technical strategist Antionio Vargas and account manager Lisa Ung.
Perry Anderson, manager for the southeastern US, joined BitTitan on Cinco de Mayo in 2014. Perry is an avid golfer but when off the links, he enjoys playing Xbox. In 1996, Perry went to the Olympic trials and competed in swimming.
Other members of Perry’s team at WPC include technical strategist Antonio Vargas.
Weyman Jones, manager for the central US, joined BitTitan in June of 2015. He balances his love of sports, camping and fishing with a history as an accomplished guitar and viola player.
Other members of Weyman’s team at WPC include technical strategist Lauren Brunson and account manager Josh Brown.
Jennifer Cheer, manager for Canada, joined BitTitan in February of 2015. Jennifer is a proud mom of two sons adopted from Kazakhstan and a daughter adopted from Vietnam. One of her favorite activities is running, and she is currently training for a half marathon in November.
Other members of Jennifer’s team at WPC include technical strategist James Burdon.
Ximena Giraldo, manager for Latin America, joined BitTitan in January 2014. Born in Colombia, Ximena enjoys traveling and dining at smaller, unique restaurants with good wine and company.
Other members of Ximena’s team at WPC include technical strategist Pablo Galán and account manager Nadia Canosa.
David Gray, manager for Australia and New Zealand, joined BitTitan on leap day in 2016. A huge Rugby Union fan, David is Scottish with an English accent, was born in Germany, and has lived in Moscow and Zurich, and currently Sydney, Australia.
Other members of his team at WPC include technical strategist Darrell Webster and account manager Megan Wend.
Stephen Wagstaff, manager for Europe, joined BitTitan in the spring of 2015. A United Kingdom native, Stephen has a passion for educating partners on best practices in the cloud.
Other members of his team at WPC include technical strategist Alberto Nunes and account manager Vera Toncheva.
Dustin Ramos, manager for Asia-MEA, joined BitTitan in June 2014. As a boy, he thought he acquired a special power after he stuck a finger in an empty nightlight socket. As an adult, he enjoys travel, surfing, and making ice cream.
Other members of Dustin’s team at WPC include technical strategist Darrell Webster and account manager Megan Wend.
I’m sure you’re just dying to meet the team now! Well, you can set up an appointment with your territory manager to chat at the conference—put a face to a name, learn more about them and get the scoop on exciting new offerings from BitTitan!
Learn more about what we’re up to at WPC here. And be sure to follow #ModernMSP!