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Sean Boudreault Joins Magna5 as Strategic Account Executive for New England Region

Sean Boudreault

FRISCO, TX (November 11, 2020)Magna5, a national provider of managed IT, voice and connectivity services, is pleased to announce Sean Boudreault is joining our growing Managed Services sales team as strategic account executive covering the New York and New England region.

In his new role, Boudreault will be responsible for driving net new business within the Managed Services division and playing a key role in building pipelines and expanding customer relationships.

With more than 20 years of senior business development and account management experience, Boudreault is a seasoned sales executive building million-dollar new sales pipelines using creative sales strategies and improving customer retention two-fold.

Prior to joining Magna5, Boudreault served as senior sales executive and team lead for NetBrain Technology, where he penetrated new industry markets with innovative offerings that generated $3M in annual revenue, and increased customer contracts by 100%. He also conducted an in-depth analysis of 200+ unpenetrated accounts, producing $4M in new revenue while also building a pipeline of $12M, an increase from $4.7M from 2018.

Boudreault has a wide range of experience under his belt, serving from business development manager to senior account executive to regional account director. In all these positions, Boudreault consistently exceeded quotas by 100-150% and built strong customer retention rates by providing outstanding customer service.

“Sean has over performed for me in past roles and brings a strong new logo strategy to Magna5,” said Jerry Masseur, Magna5 vice president of Sales, Managed IT Services. “His vast contacts and experience put him in a position to help us grow our business by adding net new customers to our base and driving a new logo revenue stream. Sean brings the proven Managed Services experience and consulting mentality it takes to be successful in this competitive environment.”