Whitehat Virtual Technologies Appoints New Citrix Principal Enterprise Architect
Austin, TX (PRWEB) April 07, 2015
Whitehat Virtual Technologies announced today that Pablo Legorreta has joined the company to further develop their growing portfolio of regional and national accounts. Pablo Legorreta comes with a wealth of experience within the IT Industry, having spent the last six years at Citrix Systems where Pablo was one of only ten people in North America to hold the title of Enterprise Architect for Virtualization. Joining in the growth of Whitehat Virtual’s Healthcare business, Pablo can continue his success.
Pablo joins Whitehat Virtual as Principal Enterprise Architect to continue Whitehat’s recent success providing IT services to companies in Texas. Pablo comments, "I am thrilled to lead the Virtualization Practice at Whitehat and look forward to continuing the development of our product and services suite in this area. Whitehat focuses on making the end user experience exceptional as a way to increase productivity and profitability, and I am proud to be a part of that effort."
Brad Truman, Vice President of Sales said, “Pablo’s wealth of experience and industry knowledge has already made him a key addition to the Whitehat Virtual team, and we view his addition as a sign of our commitment to being a leading company in our market space. Our growth and the increasing demand from our customers led us to look for an addition to our team who will be instrumental in furthering our mission of providing a remarkable end user experience and exceptional service, and we are very fortunate that we were able to find someone of Pablo's caliber to fit that role.”
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Whitehat is a desktop virtualization integrator and managed services provider offering IT consulting expertise aimed at helping clients develop the optimum desktop virtualization environment. Our goal is to create an exceptional end user experience across virtual, physical and mobile platforms, lowering IT support costs for businesses and freeing employees to consume IT services in the context they choose to be the most productive. This effort allows businesses to see and manage the correlation between end user experience and productivity, and to improve profitability and market share as a result.