Dave Bailey has taken the helm as President & General Manager of Arctic Information Technology (Arctic IT) the highly awarded technology company under the Doyon, Limited family.
“Technology, and how the world embraces it, continues to evolve at an unprecedented rate. Arctic IT helps clients digitally transform through many challenges, and now we face new and exciting changes in cyber security, identity, cloud-based business applications, and Artificial Intelligence/machine learning,” said Bailey. “I look forward to helping the organization and our clients achieve their technology goals well into the future and I am grateful for this challenge.”
Since its founding in 1972, Doyon, Limited has developed 12 subsidiaries across the oil and gas, utilities, construction, information technology, tourism and telecommunications industries. Arctic IT—the Alaska Native Corporation 8(a), and a Microsoft Gold Partner—started in 2003 as a local provider for the Anchorage market. Today, the company provides scalable, innovative solutions to clients nationwide and internationally. Arctic IT’s customers span commercial, government, and Tribal sectors.
In his new role, Bailey is responsible for leading the company’s exciting growth in both managed services and business application services.
“Dave has been a leader at Arctic IT since its inception,” said Julie Morman, senior vice president and chief operating officer, Doyon, Limited. “His innovative approach to technology has been instrumental in the company’s continued growth and success.”
Bailey’s appointment comes on the heels of Arctic IT winning several high-profile contracts with:
- The National Park Service
- City of Seattle
- King County
Each of these contracts exemplifies a deep knowledge of Microsoft Dynamics 365, and has elevated Arctic IT as a go-to Microsoft Gold Partner. Bailey’s unique ability to leverage expertise and relationships has been the recipe for success in the new decade.