Anthony DeGraw

Vice President, Sales

In his role as Vice President of Sales, Anthony helms the ship on sales strategy and development for Integris – working to create process and intention behind the company’s sales efforts in all its markets. It’s a role with challenges that he approaches eagerly.

“IT services are getting more technical, more specialized, and more strategic than ever before. I think that puts Integris in the position to be one step ahead of the competition,” Anthony said. “After all, we place a high value on consultative sales and service, and we’re hiring fast for vCIOs, vCISOs, and service engineers. When you put together the quality of our staff, the quality of our process, and the quality of the premium products we offer, you get what we hope is a truly premium offering. Our goal isn’t to be just like other MSPs. We’re really looking to be an MSP 2.0, one that’s upgraded for the challenges our clients are facing.”

Anthony honed his consultative sales skills in another high-value, high-touch service industry: commercial insurance. He was a member of the senior sales team advising clients about professional liability, cyber liability, and all manner of insurance around employment and fiduciary management.

In 2017, he joined Domain Technology Partners, which became Integris, and became an early sales leader for the company. He began podcasting on IT management topics for the company—a role he still holds today.

An advocate for cybersecurity education and workforce development, he’s lent his expertise to Rutgers University in New Jersey, where he graduated with a degree in Economics. He now serves as an inaugural member of the Advisory board for the school’s Cybersecurity Program. He serves a similar role for the cybersecurity program at Pace University, based in New York.

When he’s not at work, he’s a frequent volunteer for Comfort Zone Camp, a non-profit that provides free grief counseling, resilience training and ongoing support for children who’ve lost a parent or guardian. He’s also volunteers for the Alzheimer’s Association.

Whether it comes from community outreach, or proactive customer service, Anthony believes that the personal touch is at the root of what makes a company successful.

“It all comes down to how well you know the customer’s business. How can we set up a system that will make them more productive, more protected, and more prepared for the challenges their business will face? IT is the underpinning of business. If we do our job right, we’ll thrive when our customers thrive,” he said.