Denali Advanced Integration Hires Brian Feeney ('05) to Lead HP Networking Team

Experienced HP Professional Brings Multi-faceted Expertise

REDMOND, Wash., July 13, 2011 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Denali Advanced Integration today announced it has hired Brian Feeney to lead its HP Networking growth efforts across all regions and practices. Brian brings extensive professional sales and marketing experience cultivated through time spent at various Fortune 500 companies including Hewlett-Packard, Intel, and Unum-Provident Corporation and also in the entrepreneurial setting with network security specialist Bradford Networks.

With a deep background in channel sales, marketing, and strategy, coupled with his experience in corporate marketing and account management, Brian carries a balance of both large and small company expertise which serves him well in Denali's efforts to grow its HP Networking business in tandem with its strong sales results across the entire Hewlett-Packard portfolio. "Brian brings extensive sales and marketing experience to help develop our HPN business across our geographic expansion in Dallas, Las Vegas and Southern CA. Brian will also continue to grow our HPN business in the Pacific Northwest," said Majdi "Mike" Daher, CEO and founder of Denali Advanced Integration.

While working as a partner business manager for HP Networking, Brian managed the Denali business to record HPN results and has a strong appreciation for what both companies bring to the table in terms of world-class networking solutions. This same leadership contributed to Denali's current status as an HP Elite Networking Partner.

Brian holds an MBA from the top-ranked UCLA Anderson School of Management and a BS from the University of Oregon. He is a rabid college football and basketball fan, loves the Pacific NW outdoors and enjoys spending time with his wife of 12 years and his three young children.

He lives in the Portland area where he is very active in the community and at his church where he serves as a Young Professionals Pastor.


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