Jay Kladiva Joins US Cloud as Director of Managed Services

Jay KladivaAs we continue to grow, we’re thrilled to to bring on Jay Kladiva as the new Director of Managed Services.

Jay started Oct. 30 and oversees the managed IT services department, steering the company’s hub of operations as it continues to scale with the booming cloud and cybersecurity industry. He will grow internal knowledge bases, mentor staff, and help transform clients into promoters.

Jay previously worked for Energizer Holdings, Inc., where he spent the last 11 years working his way up from Application Development Manager, to Global Platform Services Manager, and then to Infrastructure Director. He managed the operating budget for all infrastructure and led teams responsible for server operations, data centers, networking, end-user computing, enterprise architecture, IT security, voice, and the service desk to support global manufacturing, business objectives and daily operations.  Additionally, Jay was a key leader in the successful separation of Energizer into two publicly traded companies on an aggressive 14-month timeline.

Prior to his time at Energizer, Jay served as Senior Consultant, Technical Architect for Daugherty Business Solutions where he led the transition of the practice from VB/COM to .NET.  He also has experience as the Manger, Systems Architecture at Arthur Andersen. Jay also worked at Quilogy and Halliburton early in his career.

Jay earned a bachelor’s degree in Engineering and a master’s degree in Engineering Management from Missouri University of Science and Technology.

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