(Brighton, MI, February 21, 2019) – SVT, a leading value-added distributor of information & communication technologies, is pleased to announce that Adam Naylor has been promoted to Executive Vice President, effective immediately.
“We are proud to announce Adam’s promotion to Executive Vice President,” says Josh Shanahan, SVT’s President & Chief Executive Officer. “Adam has successfully grown channel partnerships, strengthened supplier relationships, and improved supply chain operations. He has expanded our offerings and brought us into new markets and opportunities. Since Adam joined SVT, his efforts have been critical to our success. In his new role, Adam has an even greater ability to drive performance and enhance the client experience.”
Naylor joined SVT in 2014 as Director of Supply Chain. In 2015, he was promoted to VP Strategic Partnerships and assumed responsibility for SVT’s channel partnerships and programs. In his new role as Executive Vice President, Naylor will lead SVT’s executive team with expanded responsibilities for sales, operations, and service. SVT’s Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Vice President of Operations, and Vice President of Customer Experience will report directly to the Executive Vice President. Naylor has worked in the technology services industry since 2010. He earned his Bachelor of Philosophy from Miami University and his M.B.A. from the University of Tampa.
“I am incredibly honored to lead such an amazing team. It is a privilege to be part of this incredible organization,” says Naylor. “We have fantastic clients, partners, and an exceptional team of dedicated and talented people. It has been exciting to see SVT grow and evolve over the past few years and our future is even brighter yet.”
A family-owned American company founded in 1955 and headquartered in Brighton MI, SVT provides IT centric audio/video and communication services and systems to casinos, concert & event centers, office buildings, hospitality facilities, healthcare facilities, restaurants and retail outlets, lounges and nightclubs, educational facilities and financial corporations.