Two executives focusing on business development and Microsoft cloud adoption have joined the leadership of small business Allied Mission Group.
Eric Stanley will leverage his 20 years of experience in public and commercial sectors to lead business development for AMG as the company charts its next steps. Prior to AMG, he was vice president of capture and proposals for Acuity, Inc., where he helped double the company’s revenue and win multiple contracts. He has also held leadership roles with Capgemini, BearingPoint and Xerox.
“Eric knows what it takes to win in this increasingly competitive industry, but he also knows how to do it the right way so that growth can be sustained,” said Jay Kalath, CEO of AMG. “He’s won large contracts and vehicles everywhere he’s been, with a focus on innovation and maximizing value to clients in the National Security sector. We’re very excited about what Eric can build for AMG in the near term and future.”
Al Conte will lead the Microsoft practice in adopting Microsoft Cloud services including platform as a service and software as a service solutions. Conte has more than 30 years of senior leadership experience, more than 15 years of government senior leadership experience and seven years in cloud services delivery.
Before AMG, he was the section chief of platform engineering for the Transportation Security Administration, where he directed the design, testing and implementation of all infrastructure and platform systems and services. Among other duties, he was the system owner for Infrastructure Core Services, TSA Operating Platform, Exchange, SharePoint, Mobile and Microsoft O365 services.
“We are very excited to have Al join the AMG leadership team,” Kalath said. “His extensive experience supporting the Federal Government in Microsoft and Cloud services lines up perfectly to AMG’s growth strategy.”