IntelliDyne taps new senior director of business development

IntelliDyne LLC has named Gregory Reyes senior director of business development, where he will be responsible for defense, intelligence, and State Department business development and emerging market development.

Before joining IntelliDyne, Reyes held positions in corporate development, management, program management, business development and sales at IBM, AT&T, DISA, Pearson, DynCorp International, and ILS Consulting, IntelliDyne said in a release

“Greg Reyes addition to our company provides BD leadership in the Department of Defense, Department of State and Intel marketplace that will allow IntelliDyne to better serve our client base and target markets by leveraging a consultative approach to IntelliDyne solutions,” said IntelliDyne CEO Tony Crescenzo.

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Fri, May 9, 2014 Miriam J Alexandria, VA

Intellidyne is rocking. Great momentum and great growth culture. Wish I worked for them rather than an alphabet soup company where people are treated like numbers,

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