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James Hwang Named CEO of Cal Net Technology Group, Brian Kreiner Promoted to Executive Chairman

James Hwang Named CEO of Cal Net Technology Group, Brian Kreiner Promoted to Executive Chairman

Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) June 21, 2016

Cal Net’s Board of Directors announced June 1st, 2016 that Brian Kreiner has been promoted to Executive Chairman of the Board and the Board has named James Hwang, previously Cal Net’s Executive Vice President, as the company’s new CEO.

“Brian’s extraordinary vision and leadership guided Cal Net to its largest growth spurt in 15 years and guided the company into its position as one of California’s most innovative and valuable IT companies,” said Bill Dyer, Board Member of Cal Net. “Brian has made countless contributions to Cal Net’s success as he has led and inspired Cal Net’s immensely creative employees and world class executive team. In his new role as Executive Chairman, Brian will continue to serve Cal Net as a driving force in the growth of the company.”

“The Board has complete confidence that James is the right person to be our next CEO,” said Mr. Kreiner. “James’ two years of service to Cal Net have been marked by outstanding performance; he has demonstrated remarkable talent and sound judgment in everything he does.” 

As Executive Vice President, Mr. Hwang was previously responsible for all of the company’s sales and marketing, including end-to-end management of Cal Net’s supply chain, sales activities, and service and support in all markets of Southern California. He also headed Cal Net’s marketing division and played a key role in the continued development of strategic reseller and supplier relationships, ensuring flexibility in response to an increasingly demanding marketplace.

Having acquired three companies in the past 18 months, Cal Net will continue to add employees in their current rapid growth cycle, with the goal of offering affordable, world-class, enterprise-level IT services to empower the business every small to mid-sized entity in Southern California. Cal Net's mission is to allow its clients to be able to focus on their core competency, and use IT as growth enabler rather than a hindrance.

“I am incredibly grateful for the opportunity to lead this growing company. Cal Net Technology Group is passionate about providing accessibility, flexibility and reliability of Enterprise level IT services to any company in the Small and Medium Business (SMB) segments”, states Mr. Hwang. “From Security, to Virtual CIO services, Application Support and Infrastructure and Cloud Management, Cal Net’s team of roughly 120 employees is focused on allowing every SMB member access to the highest level IT services with competitive pricing and most importantly, Enterprise level reliability.”

About Cal Net Technology Group

Cal Net Technology Group is the premier provider of outsourced IT, cloud, security services and unified communications in the Southern California market, servicing organizations with 10-2000 employees. Through its implementation and support services, Cal Net excels in tackling the complexities of partially and fully outsourced IT and voice systems implementation and support services with both onsite and remote delivery models.
Cal Net has been recognized as a Dell Security Partner of the Year for 2015, Southwest Region Partner of the Year by Microsoft three years in a row, and IT Service Partner of the Year by the Los Angeles Business Journal. In addition, Cal Net has been named one of the top 50 Managed Service Providers in North America by the MSPMentor 501 List, is a CRN MSP Elite 150 list member, and is a seven-time Inc. 5000 honoree.

Businesses interested in IT support or services can contact Cal Net Technology Group at (866) 999-2638, info(at)calnettech(dot)com or visit

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Contact: Laryssa Mereszczak
Tel:     818-721-4342
Email: lmereszczak(at)calnettech(dot)com

Media Contact: marketing(at)calnettech(dot)com

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