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Gregory Schoeny

World Wide Technology Vice President, Services and Strategic Solutions

Greg Schoeny is the Vice President of Services and Strategic Solutions for World Wide Technology’s Global Service Provider (GSP) business. In this role, Greg leads sales for the GSP services business and portfolio of emerging solutions which include; security, 5G / mobile edge compute, cloud, automation, digital and business advisory services. Greg’s organization delivers outcome-based service & solutions to WWT’s GSP Customers across a portfolio of on-site staffing, program outsourcing, professional services, managed services, and business advisory consulting. Greg is a sales business development executive with twenty years of experience in the service provider, enterprise IT, and consulting businesses. Greg has deep expertise in building high-growth services businesses, scaling sales go-to-market functions, and leading services sales for large global IT providers. Most recently, Greg was an executive in Booz Allen Hamilton’s Commercial business, which provides cyber and technology consulting services to Fortune 100 companies globally. In his role at Booz Allen, Greg was a Principal in the Managed Threat Services business which delivers managed 24x7 cyber detection and response and consulting services to large enterprise and service provider clients. The Booz Allen Managed Threat Services business was launched in 2017 after Booz Allen acquired Morphick, a leading cyber services provider of which Greg was a partner and co-founder. Prior to the acquisition by Booz Allen, Greg served as the VP, Chief Revenue Officer of Morphick, where he led all revenue functions for the industry-leading cyber Managed Detection and Response provider. Prior to Morphick, Greg spent eight years at Cisco in various leadership sale business development roles in Cisco’s Global Service Provider business segment, serving global carriers across cable, media, mobility and communication service providers. Greg was previously a GM and product leader where he built Cincinnati Bell’s first fiber-based business and originally a partner in STS Communications, a broadband services firm whose investors included Liberty Media.