Continuing its investment in talent, technology and transformation, AIS Technology Services announced the appointment of Matt Thoene, long-time San Diego resident, as its new CEO, effective immediately. Thoene, previously Senior Vice President, Global Operations with the Uptime Institute, is an industry veteran with decades of experience in the data center and managed services industries.
This change in leadership will further shake up the market as AIS continues to deploy its next generation of services. According to Bob Fanch, AIS Chairman of the Board, “Matt is an exceptional choice to lead the expansion of our comprehensive portfolio of managed services and variety of cloud environments that builds on our traditional colocation offerings.”
Thoene brings a breadth and depth of experience to AIS, including three years as Managing Director of KIO Networks’ US operation. “AIS is uniquely situated to provide high-quality services to a number of sectors including healthcare, biotech, medical device and financial services,” said Thoene. “The recent investments in our data centers, combined with our geographic diversity, expansive network infrastructure and cloud architecture, puts AIS in a strong position to grow and better serve our clients’ needs.”
Fanch concluded by stating, “We always want to put the client’s interest first and Matt will be the source to inspire our team to build a best-in-class support organization. Our new leadership, combined with AIS’ team of talented in-house subject matter experts, will deliver solutions the business community needs as their technology stacks mature.”
About AIS Technology Services
As southern California’s leading data center and cloud services provider, AIS Technology Services has the experience and expertise needed to help companies transform their infrastructure and streamline business processes. With geographically diverse data centers in San Diego and Phoenix delivering colocation and cloud solutions over a secure, scalable platform, AIS provides customers with the security, reliability and redundancy they need. From cloud to colocation to managed services, AIS acts as an extension of in-house IT teams. Learn more at https://americanis.net/.
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