FOXBOROUGH, Mass., March 9, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Thrive, a leading provider of next generation managed services, proudly announces today that Marc Pantoni has been promoted to President and Michael Gray is now the Chief Technology Officer for the company.
"Thrive recognizes talent and hard work. The extraordinary capabilities that Marc Pantoni and Michael Gray have demonstrated throughout their tenures are the basis for elevating these two dedicated employees to critical positions," said Rob Stephenson, CEO. "Congratulations to both gentlemen and it's my distinct pleasure to work side by side with each of them as Thrive continues our pioneering accomplishments in the next generation managed services space."
Mr. Pantoni was the former CEO of Precision IT, NY, NY, merging with Thrive in 2017. Marc will continue to be based in the Tri-State region, but will assume a corporate role overseeing Service Delivery, Integration, Operations & Engineering, in addition to continuing to run New York Operations.
Mr. Gray is a Thrive veteran of more than a decade, rising quickly through the ranks from engineer to multiple senior executive roles. His primary responsibilities will include Thrive's technical product roadmap, as well as overseeing Cyber Security, Cloud, Compliance & Application Development. Michael will continue to be based in Massachusetts.
Thrive is a leading next generation managed services provider. The Thrive technology solutions suite utilizes Cloud, Cyber Security, Networking, Disaster Recovery and other pioneering managed services to help compliance-driven businesses solve complex IT issues. Thrive was acquired by M/C Partners in 2016 as a Northeast United States growth platform to service the Financial Services, Healthcare, Biotech, Life Sciences, Banking and other mid-market verticals. In developing this new technology service ecosystem, Thrive is uniquely positioned to offer compliance-based solutions to its valued client base.
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