Billy Kliner Joins Steampunk as Salesforce Practice Lead; Sean Dillon Quoted

Billy Kliner
Billy Kliner

Billy Kliner, a more than two-decade project and program management professional, has been named Salesforce practice lead at Steampunk.

Sean Dillon, chief technology officer of Steampunk, said in a statement published Thursday Kliner will ensure close alignment across the company’s business sectors and program managers to help improve operations and advance growth initiatives.

"His experience, depth, and leadership will help to position Steampunk as the 'best-in-class' Salesforce provider, expand our partnerships, and increase our pipeline of opportunities across new mission areas for our Federal Government clients!,” Dillon added.

Kliner joined Steampunk from Acumen Solutions, where he served as practice director for enterprise transformation. He also held project management roles at several companies including General Dynamics’ mission systems business, Xpedior and Princeton Information.

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