SOURCE: MCPc, Inc.

MCPc, Inc.

July 22, 2013 17:28 ET

L'Esperance Leads MCPc's Strategic Client Expansion

L'Esperance to Lead Growth of MCPc's Strategic Markets

CLEVELAND, OH--(Marketwired - July 22, 2013) -  MCPc, Inc. is pleased to announce the leadership change of longtime associate, Bill L'Esperance, to vice president - strategic accounts. In his new role, L'Esperance will be responsible for co-owning opportunities and relationships with the largest and most strategic clients at MCPc.

Armed with a new account acquisition focus strategy, L'Esperance will serve as the "industry connector" between MCPc's top clients, sales teams, partner managers, and account and channel managers of MCPc's Partner Network. Additionally, L'Esperance will help evangelize to MCPc's complete package of offerings.

"MCPc is swiftly aligning its priorities with this new direction for Bill," said Andy Jones, senior vice president of sales at MCPc. "His institutional and industrial knowledge is peerless, and we are excited at this new, focused effort to bring deeper consultative and comprehensive services to our clients. It represents an unmatched commitment in the IT sphere, and embodies the next logical step in continuing to execute on our shared 'customer first' vision."

L'Esperance began with MCPc in 1992, building relationships as an account manager, key account manager, and most recently vice president - SLED (State and Local Government and Education). "Bill and I have witnessed the fantastic growth of MCPc throughout its evolution, and I look forward to continuing that success," said Mike Trebilcock, chairman and chief executive officer of MCPc. "MCPc's perspective on our strategic accounts reflects not only what Bill is capable of -- but how he excels. Our Anyplace Workspace® is the cornerstone of what we bring to our clients, and this change for Bill heralds remarkable added value for our strategic clients across the board."

MCPc's change for L'Esperance is on the heels of the recent leadership additions of Tony Balistrieri as president, western region, and Mitch Breneman as vice president - large institution sales. These personnel enhancements reflect the execution of MCPc's overall strategy: the fulfillment of its vision of robust, complete partnerships with its clients.

"I am thrilled to take the lead with our strategic clients," L'Esperance remarked about his new role. "As MCPc continues to innovate and generate best-in-class products and services, we look forward to the continued growth with our partners and clients. We are eager for new challenges."

L'Esperance is a graduate of John Carroll University, and lives in Cleveland, Ohio with his family.

About MCPc
MCPc delivers scalable solutions to host, secure and optimize an anyplace workspace -- helping clients empower their employees to work from anywhere, and on any device. The company is a top 100 solution integrator, driven by partnerships with the world's leading technology providers. Headquartered in Cleveland, and with branch locations across the United States, MCPc maintains practice areas in data center and virtualization, borderless networks, collaboration, personal systems, mobility, imaging and printing, and professional and managed services.

From the data center to the desktop and into the cloud, MCPc ensures client success by leveraging IT to drive business performance, improve productivity and increase revenue. For more information, visit www.anyplaceworkspace.com, www.MCPc.com, subscribe to MCPc's business technology blog, or connect with the company on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook or Google+.

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