Now Technologies Elevates Matt Deskin to VP Post

Matt Deskin, formerly commercial business manager at Now Technologies Inc., has been promoted to vice president at Lanham, Md.-based information technology services provider.

He will be responsible of NTI's day-to-day operations, customer relations and new business efforts, as well as help CEO Sean Williams  formulate a long-term corporate strategy, the company said Sunday.

Deskin joined the firm in 2008 as a field technician and later worked as a systems engineer before assuming leadership of the commercial division.

He helped the company pursue and secure multiple contracts with the State of Maryland in his previous role.

NTI has provided IT services to government customers, nonprofit organizations and other small businesses in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area over the past 22 years.

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