IMPRES Launches New Enterprise Solutions Division

IMPRES Launches New Enterprise Solutions Division

IMPRES Technology Solutions, Inc., has announced the launch of their Enterprise Solutions Group (ESG), a new business unit focusing on delivering enterprise-level architecture and systems management within the cybersecurity, big data, and Cloud/VDI market.

The newly formed division will enhance IMPRES’ capabilities to tailor a solution across various criteria, including legacy compatibility, lifecycle management, system integration, and training. Members of the ESG have focused specializations that allow each facet of the architecture to be scrutinized to provide an ideal solution.

IMPRES has named Sebastian Shahvandi, Vice President and General Manager; and Robert Osborne, Chief Technologist as Co-Leads of the division. “The creation of the ESG Division is a strategic investment that will enable IMPRES to bridge the gap between emerging technologies and our customer’s requirements,” remarked Richard Fu, President/CEO. “With Sebastian and Robert sharing our vision, the addition of their collective knowledge of the IT industry is a testament to the boundless possibilities they can provide our customers.”

Sebastian Shahvandi – Vice President, General Manager
Prior to joining IMPRES, as Dell’s Senior Director of Marketing & Sales for their Federal Software Group, Sebastian Shahvandi successfully increased revenue and profitability of the group and earned the Michael Dell Award, given to the top 1% of the company. He holds an Executive MBA from Baylor University.

Robert Osborne – Chief Technologist
Prior to joining IMPRES, Robert has held numerous key positions with United Airlines, IBM, Microsoft, and Dell. Robert began his IT career as an enlisted officer in the United States Army. His specialties now include cybersecurity, analytics, artificial intelligence, programming, engineering, architecture and applying those back to business solutions. Robert holds degrees from Morehead State University, Westminster College, and Western Kentucky University.

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