Nor-Tech just announced that Jeff Olson has accepted the company’s top leadership position, replacing former president and CEO David Bollig. Olson had already been serving the company in an executive capacity for 19 years. Olson has deep experience in the technology industry, strong relationships with the company’s channel partners and a track record of disciplined management.
“I’m very enthusiastic about overseeing the continued success of this company as we enter into a new stage of growth,” Olson said. “The technology industry has always been very dynamic, but this is especially true now. With the exploding demand for technology that can accommodate big data analytics and artificial intelligence, in particular, we realized the imperative of positioning ourselves for meteoric growth. This means a culture of both discipline and agility.”
Nor-Tech is a leading builder of HPC clusters, workstations and servers. For the second year in a row it has been named by CRN as one of the top Data Center Infrastructure Providers along with IBM, Oracle, Dell and Supermicro. The company is also one of the most highly regarded desktop and mobile solution providers for schools and enterprises.
“My plans are to build on our strong brand as a world class HPC technology builder and take that into new global and domestic markets, while at the same time expanding sales on the desktop and mobile side,” Olson said. “Between an industry-leading engineering staff, legendary client service and a reputation for excellence throughout our organization we have the tools in place to lead the industry within the next five years.”
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