Before founding Diversified, Fred D’Alessandro worked as an engineer in the Media & Entertainment industry, where his fascination with technology and new applications began. His interest in applying technology to solving communications problems led him to seek a wide variety of projects that covered the full spectrum of needs in the communications industry.
In 1993, Fred embarked on his journey to build a world-class technology integration company offering customized solutions that allow clients to communicate more effectively, streamline workflows, collaborate seamlessly and realize a greater return on technology investments.
As Founder and CEO, Fred’s work ethic and industry experience has allowed him to lead Diversified through corporate planning, strategic market development and mergers and acquisitions, taking the organization from a small startup to a 2,000-person company with more than 50 offices and revenues exceeding $1B.
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