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Corsis, a Marshall Junction Partners company, is pleased to announce the appointment of Russell Kole as Vice President of Operations. Russell will be responsible for scaling the service delivery capability of Corsis to support its growing client demand and new business opportunities.
“Only a matter of weeks since the latest expansion of the Corsis team, we could not be any more excited to have the opportunity to create more jobs for the New York technology market. Bringing Russell onboard to help us expand our operations will enable Corsis to better serve all of our blue chip client base,” expressed David Barnett, Chief Operating Officer of Corsis. “Russell is not just an industry veteran, his diverse experience--ranging from small startups to Fortune 100 financial corporations--will prove to be an immediate asset to the firm.”
Russell brings over 10 years of global IT infrastructure experience to Corsis, from automating complex business and technical processes and scaling operations to service delivery for both internal and external clients. Most recently, he served as a consultant for Citi, where he was responsible for overseeing the management and delivery of infrastructure for the U.S. retail bank. Additionally, at Citi he was involved with the planning and implementation of server, database and TIBCO infrastructure installation and upgrade. Russell has served as Vice President of Technology Operations for Everyday Health, a New York-based leading digital health and wellness company, and as Director of Technology Services for VectorMAX, a provider of real-time and on-demand video solutions for enterprises and the Web. Russell holds a B.S. in Computer Science and Mathematics from Hofstra University.
“Corsis provides the opportunity for technologists to utilize their experience to provide high impact to clients’ businesses” explained Kole. “It’s a very exciting place to be if you want to stay on the forefront of infrastructure and DevOps, while providing value to clients every day. Having been on the infrastructure and operations side of various sized companies from small startups in the tech and media space to large enterprises, I feel I will fit right in here at Corsis with its team and its clientele.”