Pulse Technologies Announces New Appointments

SCHAUMBURG, IL, ISSUED FEBRUARY 1, 2021…Pulse Technology today announced the appointment of Ryan Butler of Chicago, IL to the position of Business Development Executive.

In this role, he will work with the Pulse team in developing new accounts for their Managed Network (IT) and Managed Print Services throughout the Greater Chicago area.

He comes to Pulse Technology from K Force, an IT staffing company, where he worked in both Rolling Meadows and downtown. His experience prior to that included Enterprise Rentals, where he managed fleets of vehicles.

Butler is a graduate of Northern Illinois University, where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance. The Bartlett, IL native enjoys hockey in his spare time; he plays in a men’s league on occasion and enjoys other outdoor activities as well, including rollerblading and biking. He is a Blackhawks fan, and he and his girlfriend are animal lovers as well, particularly dogs.

“We’re pleased to welcome Ryan to our team,” said Vince Miceli, Vice President of Pulse Technology. “Ryan brings experience and a can-do attitude to our team and we look forward to doing great things together in the new year.”

Pulse Technology also announced the appointment of Daniel (Dan) Diotallevi of Aurora, IL to the position of Account Executive.

In this role, he will work with the growing company to assist with business development as well as helping with existing clients. He will work with customers in the Managed Network (IT) space as well as Managed Print Services.

He comes to the Pulse Technology team from Search USA, a Chicago area recruiting firm, where his areas of specialty included IT and robotics.

Diotallevi is completing his Bachelor’s Degree through Western Governors University, and is also pursuing industry certifications through Comp TIAA.

The  Naperville, IL native spends his spare time helping his family toward their goal of starting a charity associated with their family farm in Morris, IL. He explains that his sister has a goal of using horses on the farm to help disabled children, and on a larger scale help people who are struggling to find jobs. He also enjoys playing hockey when he can, although Coronavirus has made that less frequent.

“I’m looking forward to helping build our Managed Network and other services here at Pulse,” he said. “This is a good time for us to be reaching out to new prospects, with IT services so important in this new working environment.”Vince Miceli, Vice President at Pulse Technology, said, “It’s a pleasure to welcome Dan to our Pulse family. He brings experience and unique industry knowledge to the team, and we look forward to accomplishing some big goals for 2021.”



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