Kevin Peterson

Kevin Peterson is the Director of Application Solutions for Logicalis. Kevin is responsible for driving the direction of the company's technical solutions and offerings. As a 15-year technology and engineering veteran, Kevin brings a wealth of solution architecture and delivery knowledge to Logicalis. Kevin came to Logicalis more than 10 years ago through the acquisition of Puget Sound Systems Group, a respected Seattle professional services provider. Throughout his career with Logicalis, Kevin has held numerous positions including development lead, application architect, managing consultant, and director of Microsoft application delivery. Prior to joining Logicalis, Kevin spent five years in the aerospace industry. He can be reached at [email protected]

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