NetEffect, a Las Vegas-based computer and information technology support and consulting services provider, announced today that Don Shackley has joined the firm as Director of IT Services. Shackley will be responsible for planning, organizing and ensuring the execution of all of the information technology functions to meet the needs and goals of NetEffect’s customers. He will also oversee the Managed Services and Professional Services division and ensure they operate at peak efficiency.
“Mr. Shackley is an outstanding addition to our team and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience,” said NetEffect CEO David Rounds. “We are excited to have him on board and know he will provide exceptional IT support to our clients.”
Shackley joins the NetEffect team from Athena Technologies in Las Vegas, where he was the Senior Vice President of Healthcare IT. During his tenure, he collaborated with executive leadership to assess and identify current technology usage across organizations. His work led to leveraging technology to capitalize on opportunities to increase revenue, decrease costs, streamline processes, and develop new enterprise solutions and application delivery methodologies and strategies aligned with overall business goals.
“The NetEffect team is equally driven by a passion for technology and an unquenchable thirst for exceptional service,” said Shackley. “I couldn’t be more proud to join the team and provide my expertise in identifying positive technology opportunities for the businesses we serve.”
A graduate of IBCA in California, Shackley started his career in biomedical engineering with ATI Medical in Las Vegas Nevada. In 1995, he moved to serve as a systems engineer for Nevada Medical Center, where he was charged with revamping the company’s clinical systems infrastructure. He then served as Chief Information Officer at Steinberg Diagnostic Medical Imaging Centers, continuing a full-time position with SDMI became the acting Chief Technology Officer for the Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health working with Cleveland to provide cloud-based integration for health care operations. He is an active member of the community, donating his time to various Southern Nevada charities, including Keep Memory Alive, Three Square and Opportunity Village.