Robert Davy is the new general manager for Microsoft’s Northeast Enterprise and Partner Group. The Boston Globe profiled him in Sunday’s edition. A longtime leader within Microsoft’s East Region, Robert leads sales, marketing, and service delivery functions for large enterprise customers in the Northeast, with a special focus on banking and insurance, health and life sciences, and manufacturing and retail sectors. He’s also responsible for Microsoft’s work in the broader New England community around youth education, innovation, employment and entrepreneurship, among other areas.
Since he joined Microsoft in December 2004, Robert has held key regional leadership positions, and before that led part of the financial services business in Microsoft’s New York Metro Enterprise Sales District. He has a bachelors’ degree in business administration from American University and an MBA from Hofstra. Robert, his wife and teenage sons live in the Boston suburbs, and love to ski, travel and explore New England.
We hope you’ll watch this blog for more of Robert’s ideas about how Microsoft’s technology and services can help move Boston-area businesses forward in this new era of productivity.
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