MSP Velocity Announces Executive-Level Personnel Changes

MSP Velocity Announces Executive-Level Personnel Changes

By Tracey E. Schelmetic

Ohio-based managed services provider Velocity recently announced some personnel changes in its executive ranks. Mark Walker, currently the company’s chief operating officer, has been appointed president, though he will continue to hold his current title and position as COO. Additionally, Greg Kiley, Velocity’s chief executive officer, will assume the role of chairman in addition to CEO. Walker, who joined the company in 2019 and was promoted to COO in 2020, will directly run the day-to-day of the company's business operations while Kiley is shifting to acquisitions and strategic sales growth for the company.

"I'm committed to strengthening Velocity's position as a leader in the managed services industry by solely focusing on the company's growth and maturity. Mark consistently demonstrates his expertise, guidance, and passion for creating a best-in-class customer experience to take Velocity to the next level in our evolution. I look forward to continuing my strong relationship with Mark as he takes on increasing responsibility and remains focused on the day-to-day operations as COO," stated Greg Kiley.

Walker will continue to lead the executive team and provide strategic oversight while maturing the business operations and strengthening its EVP as Velocity works towards becoming an employer of choice.

"I am both humbled and honored to take on the position of president and COO of Velocity,” said Walker in a statement. “With the company's recent acquisitions and rapidly expanding service offerings, I look forward to continuing to lead the business operations and drive home our company-wide goals of providing exceptional value and best-in-class service to our customers.”

Velocity boasts a growing client base for its managed services in the retail, hospitality, healthcare and entertainment industries.

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Edited by Maurice Nagle
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