Tony Morelli

Vice President, SLED East

Tony Morelli is the Area Vice President for Cisco’s State, Local Government and Education (SLED) markets. He is responsible for developing Cisco’s sales strategies and go to market activities for this segment and has responsibility for the Eastern half of the United States. With over 200 employees and revenues of approximately $1 billion dollars, his teams work to enable the transformation of how the public sector serves, communicates, educates and protects its citizens by the leveraging the power of the network.

Tony is a 14 year veteran of Cisco with over 25 years experience in the technology industry. Prior to assuming his new role, Tony, was the Operations Director for Cisco’s SLED business in the Northeast where he drove sales, solution sets, marketing plans and program management. Previously he served as the Region Manager for the Northeast where he had responsibility for Public Sector, Enterprise and Commercial accounts. Tony began his career with Cisco as a commercial account manager.

Prior to joining Cisco, Tony, spent 12 years at the Xerox Corporation where he held a number of sales and sales management positions within the commercial, enterprise and global account segments.

Tony participates in Cisco’s Employee Mentoring Program and donates his time to the Evesham Township Recreation Program.

Tony resides in Marlton, NJ with his wife Gayle and their three children, Anthony Jr., Henry and Clare. He holds a B.S. in Finance from LaSalle University and an MBA from Rider University.

Tony is an avid runner and enjoys fishing and travel.


September 27, 2017


Connect, Create, Collaborate at NASCIO 2017

Each year we look forward to getting together with CIOs and industry leaders like yourself at the NASCIO Annual Conference. This year’s theme, “Connect, Create, Collaborate”, is of special interest...

April 18, 2017


The One Thing Your State Needs to Effectively Connect, Collaborate, and Create

The Internet of Things continues to enable digital transformation for cities, counties and states across America. As a result, residents are reaping a variety of benefits such as improved parking and traffic, enhanced safety due to lighting and cameras, and shortened emergency response times thanks to connected vehicles and video triage systems. Looking in from the […]

February 6, 2017


Customer Spotlight: The City of Schenectady Leads Smart City Movement

Smart LED technology and Wi-Fi throughout the downtown area help to reduce expenses, conserve natural resources, foster business and empower government employees and residents.

June 21, 2016


Customer Spotlight: Orlando Utilities Commission

As the second largest municipality in Florida, Orlando Utilities Commission (OUC) is responsible for providing its 310,000 customers across Orlando, St. Cloud, and Orange counties water and electricity 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Because the utility serves such a large number of customers across a wide range of cities, OUC management found […]

January 26, 2016


Schenectady Gets Smarter: Mayor Announces New Smart City Commission

The City of Schenectady, New York has long been on the forefront of the Smart Cities movement, utilizing new technology to help improve its municipal services and government operations. The city’s goal is to become a fully integrated, connected city by implementing a wireless network that takes advantage of the Internet of Everything (IoE), the […]

November 2, 2015


Customer Spotlight: Alabama Dept. of Transportation Reduces Travel Expenses with Video Solution

One of the biggest issues state governments face in their day-to-day governing is the sheer size of the state itself. Even in average sized states, it can take quite some time to get from place to another, and it’s particularly burdensome for state government workers who live and work in cities far from the state […]

May 27, 2014


Harford County Unveils Countywide Broadband Network (HMAN)

On May 22, Harford County, Maryland held a press conference to announce its high-speed fiber optic based network, which will connect government buildings, schools, and libraries while reducing costs....

May 5, 2014


Cisco and Miami-Dade County Seek to Revamp Local Public Transportation Systems

Recently The Economist suggested Miami’s skyline could one day resemble Manhattan. And this could happen sooner than later due to the influx of Latin Americans, as well as Chinese, Europeans and Americans who are moving to Miami, not only to enjoy the weather, but the business opportunities. More than 50 new big towers are in […]