February 12, 2019
ROCKVILLE, MD, February 12, 2019 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Precise Software Solutions, Inc., has hired Robert (Rob) Mariani as the company's new Vice President of Business Development. The Vice President of Business Development is charged with expanding Precise business with an emphasis on planning, organizing, and managing the company's captures within the U.S. Government Information Technology markets. Rob will work with the Precise leadership team to define short-term and long-term business development strategy. He will also promote Precise core capabilities in the areas of mission support and strategic consulting, system modernization and integration, digital transformation and experience, cloud and infrastructure implementation, and data management and analytics. Rob Mariani is an experienced business development professional with successful experience in the public and commercial sectors in a range of disciplines including sales, business development, capture management, marketing, and product development. Starting out his career with AT&T, Rob went on to create and lead effective business development organizations for a number of large, mid-tier, and smaller companies. He has over 20 years of leadership experience in strategic business development and sales management supporting the federal market. Having worked with a variety of federal agencies including Homeland Security, Commerce, Interior, Justice, GSA, Dept. of Defense, and the US Air Force, among others, Rob has a thorough understanding of the public-sector and its complex procurement procedures. Rob holds an MBA from The George Washington University and a BA from Boston College and has completed executive development programs at the University of Chicago, Penn State University, and Cranfield University (England). He resides in McLean, Va. In announcing the new executive hire, CEO Zhensen Huang said, "Rob has a rich and diverse background in business development. He will be a great addition to the Precise team, and he'll play an important role in the company's growth."