About Danny Riley:


As Vice President of Services at Isos Technology, Danny Riley brings a rare combination of software development, technical sales and business development experience to the role.

Over the seven-plus years Danny spent as a software engineer, he had direct experience in the architecture and development of enterprise client-server applications and custom mobile development. During the latter part of his career as a software engineer Danny seized on opportunities that brought his career in line with his longer term interests of business development and technical sales.

The skills cultivated as a software developer have given Danny a powerful toolset in driving the business development strategy of Isos Technology and meeting the technical needs of clients. Danny's paradigm of smart recruiting provides a comprehensive technical screening to staffing resources using the lens of an experienced software engineer. Danny brings the same skillset to bear when identifying client software solution needs.

Danny Riley's unique skillset as a proven software developer and technical sales expert has played a large part in the development of Isos Technology as a successful technical solutions provider and indispensable asset for Isos Technolgy's clients.

Posts by Danny Riley:


HDI Conference Wrap Up – Observations & Numbers

For those not familiar with the HDI Conference, HDI is the premier IT service and technical support conference in the ITSM industry. This year’s conference was hosted by Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas. The Isos Team was asked to

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Key Announcements from Atlassian's Summit 2014

Well, another Atlassian Summit has come and gone. Summit 2014 had a slightly different feel than those before it. For one thing, this year’s Summit was moved down the Bay and hosted in San Jose. Though San Jose is a

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Confluence Theming with Theme Press

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Last month our business partner Brikit held a webinar session on getting more value out of Atlassian’s Confluence. During the session Darryl Duke of Brikit talked about five strategies for addressing cultural factors that can inhibit broad user adoption of

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