The Utility Company

appoints four employees to new positions. Janice Siddons is named chief operating officer, overseeing finance, operations and human Janice%20Siddons.JPGresources. Prior to joining Utility, Janice worked as VP of N-able Technologies’ global channel team, a group of partner development specialists, solutions architects, channel sales representatives and support services people. A member of Utility’s managerial staff since the company’s inception in 2006, Janice was named a Scott%20Jackson.JPGChannel Chief in 2006, an annual compilation of trade publication CRN’s top 50 most influential channel executives. Janice enjoys working out, golfing, cooking and watching movies. Scott Jackson is appointed VP of technology services, responsible for Utility’s Connected Office services. From 2000 to 2006, he was director of partner development for a leading MSP software vendor. There he oversaw service delivery, working closely with more than 1,000 service providers across North America. Scott has a background in both technology and accounting, having spent the first 10 years of his career in accounting at a small business before gaining technical expertise as a senior systems engineer with General Electric Information Technology Solutions. Scott is a technology enthusiast, a “gadget guy” who enjoys skiing and golfing. Jason Creally is named VP of sales, responsible for franchise sales. Jason’s new duties include Jason%20Creally.JPGworking with prospective franchisees to determine if the company’s Beyond Managed Services program fits their business objectives. Aaron%20Bradley.JPGHe has more than 13 years of software and services sales experience, primarily in the SMB space. Most recently, Jason was channel manager at N-Able where he gave numerous conference presentations to the MSP community. He is graduate of Wilfrid Laurier University, where he earned bachelor of business administration degree An avid sportsman, he enjoys hockey, baseball and, in particular, golf. Aaron Bradley is named director of marketing, responsible marketing both Beyond Managed Services franchise opportunities and Connected Office service offerings. Most recently, he was marketing manager at managed service provider NUVO Network Management, where he supported the marketing efforts of multinational channel partners like IBM, G.E. and Sprint. Aaron has an entrepreneurial background, which includes over 10 years experience in high-tech marketing and brand management in the Ottawa area. He has a BComm (marketing) from Carleton School of Commerce and studied graphic web design at Carleton School of Industrial Design. Aaron plays baseball.

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