Convergence Networks Appoints Michael Maddox As New President

Managed IT service provider puts MSP founder at the helm.

Michael Maddox, President, Convergence NetworksConvergence Networks announced today that Michael Maddox has been appointed new President of the company. An experienced business leader, Maddox will work with current CEO Mathew Lafrance to continue to grow the organization. Mike Maddox worked as CEO and President of Application Specialist Kompany, ASK, for 18 years, before merging with Convergence Networks out of Ottawa, ON, and Portland, OR in 2021.

“We are excited to promote Mike as President,” said David Del Papa, a board member of Convergence Networks.  “He was a key part of ASK acquisition last year and since becoming part of the Convergence Networks family, he has shown tremendous commitment to the company’s customers, employees, and communities. We look forward to supporting him and the rest of the team as they continue to grow the organization”

While at ASK, Mike made a number of improvements to the business, including establishing a formal philanthropic program, growing the business revenue by 400%, and launching several new IT service offerings.

Mike Maddox received a Bachelor’s in Organizational Leadership from Calvin University and studied Economics at the University of Michigan.

About Convergence Networks

For over 20 years Convergence Networks has been leading by example in IT and cybersecurity, empowering your people to leverage technology securely. Whether you are looking to co-manage, outsource your technology services, or deploy a robust cybersecurity program, Convergence will meet your business needs and be your guide as new industry requirements and demands happen.

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