Skinny IT, a Frisco-based information technology (IT) service provider, is expanding its team with the recent additions of Corey Rickman as Vice President of Services and Iris Garcia as Director of Business Development.
“Skinny IT is growing quickly and, therefore, we needed to bring in team members who understand the IT business, can leverage current and potential partnerships, and offer new perspectives on how we can continue to improve,” said Sam Darwish, CEO of Skinny IT. “Both Corey and Iris will play vital roles in our success and we look forward to learning from their unique knowledge and expertise.”
Rickman will serve as the Vice President of Services at Skinny IT, where he will oversee the implementation and development functions of the company’s services offerings while also leading services growth strategy. He joins the team with more than 17 years of industry experience in service operations. Previously, Rickman served as the Vice President of Service Operations at Prism Point Technologies, Vice President of Services at FieldSolutions, and the Director of TechPro Operations at CompUSA.
Garcia brings more than 15 years of industry experience in sales, marketing, channels and business growth to Skinny IT. She was previously the Business Development Manager for several IT companies including VMware by Airwatch, and Avaya. As the Director of Business Development at Skinny IT, Garcia will stay up-to-date with the latest industry trends, research prospective clients in targeted markets, pursue leads and build relationships with clients to ensure successful partnerships.
About Skinny IT
Based in Frisco, Texas, Skinny IT delivers a wide range of customizable information technology solutions to more than 150 enterprises worldwide, helping them to optimize operational efficiencies and increase the bottom line. The company offers a wide array of IT solutions for converged solutions providers, large-scale national retailers and value-added resellers across the country. For more information, visit www.skinnyit.com.