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Free Agent Josh Delisle Signs with Dyn For the 2010-11 Managed DNS Season

Business Development Manager chooses loyalty and winning over chasing the dollar for the glitz and glamor of South Beach, New York, Los Angeles and even the Bay Area.

The Dyn Inc. crew breathed a massive sigh of relief last night when Josh Delisle, Business Development Manager focused on the Dynect Platform, informed the Twitterverse that he’ll be keeping is talents in ManchVegas. See the tweet announcement from late last night here.

Terms of his deal have yet to be released, but it’s said to include an “employee at will” mutual out clause and offer a healthy annual salary with some additional performance-based compensation. Benefits include a 4% 401K match, three weeks vacation, full health and dental, quarterly profit sharing, unlimited snacks and drinks, flexible hours, and game room access. Delisle is even said to have an Amex credit card for use while traveling and entertaining clients, but this is unconfirmed. It’s also been announced that Josh will be able to take his birthday off yearly for as long as he is employed by Dyn Inc.

“I chose to stay at Dyn simply because of loyalty and winning. I have the utmost confidence that we can keep signing new deals here and be the market leader in all things DNS. We’ve taken great leaps towards these goals over the past 9 months and I still feel like there is unfinished business. I also couldn’t walk away from the unlimited supply of Harvest Cheddar Sun Chips and free tee-shirts. Who could besides maybe King James?”

In case you missed it, in other news LeBron James has decided to take his talents to the Miami Heat and leave his hometown of Cleveland, OH, where the city hasn’t seen a professional sports title since 1964.


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Kyle York
Whois: Kyle York

Kyle York is GM & VP, Business & Product Strategy, and has been a long-time executive, having joined in 2008. Over the years, he has held go-to-market leadership roles in worldwide sales, marketing, and services. In his current role, Kyle focuses on overall corporate strategy, including: positioning and evangelism, new market entry, strategic alliances and partnerships, M&A, and business development. Outside of Oracle Dyn, Kyle is an angel investor, entrepreneur, and advisor in several startups.