Mclean, VA – June 26, 2023: Propeller, a leading provider of cloud-hosted virtual desktops and application delivery solutions for education clients, is pleased to announce the addition of Sean Maley as Inside Sales Representative. In his new role, Maley will help identify new business opportunities and forge strong relationships with educational institutions nationwide.
Maley brings proven technological expertise and a customer-centric approach to the Propeller team. Prior to joining Propeller, he served as a top-performing sales professional at Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Dell. He consistently exceeded sales targets, fostered long-term client relationships, and contributed to significant revenue growth.
“We are thrilled to welcome Sean Maley to the Propeller family,” said Greg M. Smith, CEO of Propeller. “His extensive experience in sales and passion for educational technology make him the ideal fit. Sean’s expertise will be instrumental in driving our sales efforts and solidifying Propeller’s position as a trusted partner for schools and institutions seeking innovative technology solutions.”
“I am excited to join Propeller and be part of a company dedicated to empowering educational institutions through technology,” said Maley. “Together, we will help schools and institutions embrace the latest virtual solutions and unlock new possibilities for teaching and learning.”
With Maley’s addition to the team, Propeller strengthens its position as a leader in the educational technology industry. The addition also reaffirms Propeller’s commitment to delivering exceptional solutions and services to its growing customer base.
As education IT veterans, our founders want all students to thrive beyond the bounds of a traditional campus and the confines of limited resources. We believe that technology should never get in the way of a school’s or a student’s ability to grow and engage with the world. With smart cloud computing, we saw an unmatched opportunity to help make better virtual learning possible for students on the devices they already have, freeing K-12 schools, community colleges, and universities from costly and burdensome software and hardware.