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Jason Baron

Senior Vice President of Customer Success & Corporate Strategy

As vice president of customer success and corporate strategy, Jason oversees Coretelligent's dedicated team of technical experts who deliver critical support to clients on a daily basis. He is responsible for ensuring the highest quality of service, helping to set the exceptional standards for response and resolution that Coretelligent clients have come to expect.

Prior to Coretelligent, Jason spent 10 years at Welsh Consulting, where his technical expertise, business acumen and fierce dedication to client service earned him a strategic leadership role as a partner of the firm. During his tenure, Jason developed and mentored staff, authored and formalized processes, and drove substantial revenue growth. He helped maintain profitability through a challenging economy and guided the transition to new ownership after the company was sold.

Jason has worked with numerous clients in diverse verticals such as financial services, legal, biotech, pharmaceuticals, automotive manufacturing and the non-profit sector. And, when we say worked with, we mean hands on, leading the way on a wide range of technical projects. He carries the following certifications: MCITP: Enter­prise Administrator, Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (MCSA) +Messaging, Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA), CompTIA Convergence+ Certified, Certified SonicWALL Security Administrator (CSSA), and NeverFail Certified Implementation Engineer (NCIE). He also has extensive training in VMware, Cisco and SonicWALL solutions.

Jason holds an MBA from Boston University. He also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from the University of Massachusetts and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Business from Berklee College of Music.

Outside of the office, Jason has spent time as a musician and song-writer, and has performed with a number of bands in the Boston area. Making the most of every moment, he can be found enjoying time with his family, cooking, running and reading.

Jason Baron