Hugh Kazerani Joins Alpha Omega Integration as Strategic Accounts VP

Hugh Kazerani

Hugh Kazerani, formerly an executive director at public sector services firm ActioNet, has been named vice president of strategic accounts at digital services provider Alpha Omega Integration, G2Xchange ETC reported Thursday. As part of his new role, Kazerani will oversee the company’s efforts to drive growth in the Department of Homeland Security and civilian markets.

Prior to joining ActioNet, Kazerani served as senior director for operations at Qinetiq’s North American arm and held a similar role at 3H Technology. He also spent time with Santa Monica, Calif.-based firm Snap as business unit manager for the delivery of federal civilian information technology services and was the principal consultant and founder of Orange Consulting.

He has 20 years of product delivery, consulting, technology management and profit and loss experience in the commercial, federal and local government sectors.

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