IntelliDyne taps new CFO

Hiring streak continues

IntelliDyne has named Carlos Salazar chief financial officer, where he will lead the company in its focus on driving high quality business growth and generating strong return and value on key investments.

Salazar joined IntelliDyne back in 2010. Before joining the company, he worked with Accenture in its federal corporate finance department.

Salazar’s hire continues the company’s trend in executive-level personnel changes; IntelliDyne named a new senior business development director in April, selected a new CEO at the beginning of June, and made four more promotions just a week later.

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Wed, Aug 28, 2013 Cynthia Kirschner Waldorf, Maryland

IntelliDyne seems to be appreciating what they got and promotes and rewards employees. Can't say that for many other IT contractors in market. Good for them!

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