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iDirect Government names Industry Veteran Derek Davis as SVP of Sales

iDirect Government has named Derek Davis as senior vice president of sales.

Davis joins iDirect Government to lead sales, business development and execution. This includes promoting innovation, increasing defense outreach and providing excellent value to the Department of Defense and the company’s partners.

He has more than 15 years of experience in aerospace, defense and government, including military and government communications systems. Most recently, Davis was vice president of business development, strategy and operations at one of the largest US-based SATCOM providers, where he focused on building strategic sales and business development functions as he established and implemented key agency programs such as maritime, transportation JADC2 and others.

“I am thrilled to contribute to iDirect Government’s mission of supporting our warfighters and helping to protect the homeland while providing an outstanding MILSATCOM experience,” said Davis. “As I begin this chapter as senior vice president, we will unveil new MILSATCOM solutions and develop and grow our markets, which complements my experience and fits my passion.”

Davis brings a specialized defense vision to iDirectGov and will tackle a sales strategy aligned to the company’s MILSATCOM solutions and goals. He will focus on providing excellent customer service and driving continued company growth.

“Derek comes to iDirectGov at an integral time where we are rolling out our newest and feature-rich platform, which began with the introduction of the 450mp integrator kit at SOF Week,” said Tim Winter, iDirectGov president. “He has an impressive background in growing defense and government relationships, which will add to our strong momentum and growth trajectory. We are pleased to welcome Derek to our leadership team and look forward to his counsel and enthusiasm as we move forward with providing advanced anywhere and anytime communications solutions.”

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