Phil Taylor

Five Nines Welcomes Phil Taylor as Vice President of Sales

Five Nines is pleased to welcome Phil Taylor as Vice President of Sales. As Vice President and a member of the Five Nines executive leadership team, Taylor will be responsible for leading all sales efforts while also overseeing operations of the Five Nines office in Omaha.

Prior to joining Five Nines, Taylor was President of the Omaha World-Herald and a Vice President of Berkshire Hathaway Media Group. Before his time in management at the Omaha World-Herald, he gained 25 years’ experience in various senior management positions in business development, media and publishing. Taylor also served as General Manager of The Daily Nonpareil from 2001-2012.

Taylor has a proven record of facilitating community relationships throughout the Omaha area. He is currently on the board of several organizations including the metro Omaha YMCA, the Epilepsy Foundation of Nebraska, the Leadership Council Bluffs Alumni Association, Children’s Square Foundation Board and Downtown Omaha Rotary. “We are honored to have Phil join Five Nines. I have had the pleasure of knowing Phil for several years now, as we were in the same Executive MBA program at UNO,” said James Bowen, CEO of Five Nines. “He is an outstanding person and our future is brighter with him on our team. His experience in business development is already having an impact for us.”

Founded on an intense desire to solve problems and build long-term relationships with clients, Five Nines leverages technology to drive business success. With offices in Lincoln, Omaha and Kearney, Five Nines advises the best IT solutions for Nebraska and Iowa based businesses, offering Managed IT Services. Through its unique service model, Five Nines’ clients experience reduced costs, accelerated growth, and increased productivity.

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