ETMA, Enterprise Technology Management Association Board Elects New Members: Leaders Seek to Broaden Scope and Improve Results for All

ETMA, the Enterprise Technology Management Association, members elected new At-Large Executive Board officers: Sean Tario, Aric Philipson, and re-elected Mike O’Neil who will now serve as Treasurer at its recent conference in Phoenix.

ETMA is an independent non-profit association that was established by Solutions Providers for Solutions Providers. Through its executive board, Solutions Providers set the association’s agenda and priorities. All of its actions are designed to serve member companies, not to profit from them.

ETMA’s Executive Board is critical to driving greater levels of success for the organization and helping to promote the industry. In addition, the executive board works to support the organization’s mission:
• Growing the size of the market.
• Fostering ongoing performance improvement through open industry standards and best practices.
• Promoting the industry to enterprises, carriers and analysts.
• Advocating for ETMA members.
• Promoting fair, ethical business practices to ensure a positive industry image, and taking action on ethics complaints.

Michael O’Neill, National Channel Manager, TEM and Public Sector at Granite ETMA Treasurer said, “As Treasurer, I look forward to providing transparency to our membership ensuring compliance and governance for our association as we continue to deliver values based direction and guidance for our industry and the members we serve. I look forward to growing the membership and ensuring we deliver ROI for all of our members.”

Aric Philipson, Vice President, of Mobile Strategy and Alliances at Sakon said “I’m excited and grateful to have the opportunity to contribute to ETMA as we expand, diversify and increase our impact across all member industries. As we face the effects of COVID-19, ETMA members have already pulled together to help one another and our customers illustrating once again the positive outcomes ETMA drives”

Sean Tario, Founder & Managing Partner for Open Spectrum said, “I am proud to serve along so many other technology executives who are aligned in vision and values. I hope to grow ETMA’s reach as it relates to membership and industry knowledge leveraging my extensive relationships and experience over the past 15 years as a data center and cloud services industry executive, award winning sales producer, event producer, author and corporate trainer.”

Additional Board Members include:
• Mark Hearn President of Network Control and ETMA President.
• Natasha Royer Coons, Chief Revenue Officer of Advantix and ETMA Vice President.
• Steve Haddock, ETMA Executive Board Emeritus.
• David Sonenstein Executive VP at Staxos, and ETMA Secretary.
• Denise Booms-Pepin CBI and GTEM™ Solutions, CEO and ETMA Board member.
• Christian Cor, CEO of Saaswedo and ETMA Board member.

Solutions Providers set the agenda and priorities for ETMA and they ensure that all actions are designed to serve member companies, not to profit from them.

About ETMA
ETMA, the Enterprise Technology Management Association is a non-profit organization with approximately 50 members managing over $71 Billion in enterprise expenses. Its ongoing mission is to raise awareness, foster industry growth, improve the quality and value of solutions, and establish industry standards. Further, ETMA members subscribe to a Code of Ethics, which clearly establishes standards and differentiates their level of commitment to their clients. ETMA does not sell consulting services or solutions.

Members provide solutions for enterprises in: Technology Management, Managed Services, Expense Management, Telecommunications Management, Telecom Expense Management (TEM), Mobile Expense Management, Managed Mobility Services (MMS), Mobile Device Management MDM and Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) solutions.

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