BTI360 adds Joey Lauffer as CGO
On October 3, Herndon, VA-based BTI360 announced that Joey Lauffer has been named chief growth officer (CGO).
For more than 19 years, BTI360 has built innovative software for government clients. Today BTI360 is a prime contractor delivering mission-critical data discovery and machine learning capabilities across an expanding portfolio of contracts and customers. Lauffer’s focus on serving customers and advancing their respective missions will help drive new opportunities in the space for BTI360. In his role, Lauffer will oversee BTI360’s Business Development and Talent Acquisition teams.
“Joey has a strategic mindset and experience on both the delivery and business sides of the house that make him a perfect fit for the role,” said CEO MJ Wivell. “He puts customers and teammates first, which aligns to our values. At BTI360 we believe that growth is deeper than financials. It’s doing the right work and doing it the right way. It was clear Joey’s vision aligned to that.”
“I can’t emphasize enough how excited I am to join such a great organization and team,” said Lauffer. “I’ve been blessed in my career, and to have the opportunity to apply what I’ve learned over the last two decades doing federal government business to an organization with a culture that will enable more customer success is a dream situation. My focus will remain on serving our teams and our customers above all else, while reaching new markets and identifying opportunities to make a positive impact.”
Lauffer comes to BTI360 from Google, where he helped drive public sector and federal business. Previously he spent over a decade at GDIT managing programs and portfolios for mission customers in the government space. This background provides Lauffer with a wealth of knowledge, experience, and relationships to draw upon in his new role as CGO. Lauffer has an MBA from Virginia Tech and a BA from James Madison University.
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