Information Technology Asset Disposal (ITAD) innovator Abt Solutions (Atlanta) continues to expand its leadership team, and has announced the addition of Fred Raynaud as Chief Revenue Officer (CRO). Responsible for all revenue-generating processes at Apto, Reynaud runs direct and indirect account management and business development teams, driving collaboration between sales, operations, marketing, and finance.
For 30 years, Reynaud has excelled in developing successful sales and service organizations, as well as channel and strategy teams for large Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and Independent Software Vendors (ISVs). At EMC and then Dell Technologies, headquartered in Round Rock, Texas, he was a versatile leader driving teams across multiple business units including federal, enterprise, strategy, consulting, and channel. Now, he’s joining his Apto to champion the company’s vision for circularity and other areas, igniting the company’s ambitions for greater growth.
“From my first meeting with Apto, I was impressed with the leadership team and ITAD’s overall vision for sustainability,” says Reynaud. “They are at the forefront of helping customers minimize emissions and e-waste by monetizing aging assets. For the fortune, we outperform everyone else.As a CRO, we bring the experience, focus and perseverance to drive IT hardware solutions for large OEMs.”
Founded in 2001, Apto Solutions is known for its leadership in sustainable ITAD and its Pulse platform. The Pulse platform is a tool that enables clients to track assets and see in real time the greenhouse gas emissions saved by Apto’s reuse and recycling activities. These savings can be easily incorporated into a company’s broader environmental, social and governance (ESG) efforts. As a result, Apto has emerged as a leader in award-winning ITAD solutions, trusted by financial and technology companies, as well as his OEMs, for data destruction, value recovery, and sustainable asset disposal that avoids landfills. I’m here.
At Reynaud, Apto not only found industry veterans with valuable business relationships, but also people who believed in its sustainable mission.
“Fred has spent his entire career selling IT services to Fortune Global 500 companies, navigating their needs to the highest possible level,” said Jeffrey Jones, CEO of Apto. . “Bringing these capabilities and knowledge to the ITAD industry is very important. Research shows that the ITAD market is now worth more than $20 billion, so Fred has a lot to say about his sales and account. We believe that his management techniques are best suited to help us capitalize on this tremendous opportunity.His skills have enabled us to make a tremendous impact and become the newcomer to circularity in the ITAD industry. It will advance the times.”