Dana Seiler
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Chief Executive Officer

Dana founded Beacon Technologies in the early 1990s. Since the merger that formed Vantage Point Solutions Group, he has focused on strategy and operations. He constantly evaluates emerging IT trends to help companies who have outgrown or outlasted their existing technology and do not have the time or knowledge to take the next step.

Dana graduated from Grace College and worked as a Network Manager and IT Consultant for Principal Health Care and GC Services along with independent IT consulting.

Dana is currently the Executive Vice President of the United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore Board of Directors.

He is a member of the founding committee for the Maryland Broadband Cooperative where he served as board President during its’ formative stages. He is also a Past President of Salisbury Sunrise Rotary Club, Past President of Lower Shore Broadband Cooperative, Past Board Member of Big Brothers Big Sisters, and Past Chair of PAC14 public access channel.

Doug Church
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Chief Financial Officer

Doug founded TechSolutions in 1999. Upon merging with Beacon Technologies to form Vantage Point, Doug shifted his focus towards identifying technology trends that Vantage Point offers as well as business development.

Doug graduated from Salisbury University with a dual degree in Information Systems & Corporate Finance. He was active in the University’s Student Government and other student organizations. He is a member of the Salisbury University Foundation, Past Member of the City of Salisbury Central District Commission, Past Member of Rotary, Past Member of the American Cancer Society Board, and Past Member of Urban Salisbury.

Scott Samborn
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Chief Technology Officer

Focusing on continuing growth, Scott heads the business development team at Vantage Point. He and the team are involved in numerous community organizations and efforts that help strengthen the Vantage Point brand and also work towards improving the communities in which we all work and live.

After more than 10 years working as an IT Consultant for a variety of Fortune 500 companies, including J&J, Merck, Union Carbide and JP Morgan, Scott founded his first tech company, Asystant, in 2002. Ten years, several mergers and significant growth later, Scott and his organization joined Vantage Point in 2012.

Scott Graduated from Queens College of the City University of New York in 1989 with a BA in Economics. He lives with his wife and two daughters in Potomac MD.

Vantage Point is currently seeking qualified leaders to help us grow in competencies and new markets. Are you a future member of the leadership team? Email your resume to hr@vpsg.net or complete our online application to apply.

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