Pete Hanlon joins Celect.org(TM) as the Vice President of Enterprise Sales and Development. He will oversee our communication to and activities with Enterprise-level clientele.
Pete comes to us with over 20 years of experience in IT development, management, and consulting, along with proven success in sales and marketing analysis. For the past seven years, Pete has served as lead consultant and project manager for Computer Systems Integration (CSi) in Wheaton, IL. While there, Pete provided consultative sales, development and implementation of iMIS platform products. He was responsible for transitioning high-level executives and board members through the new system adaptation process, from demonstration to complete implementation.
During his seven-year tenure at CSi, Pete played a lead role in his team earning 11 awards, including two Solution Provider of the Year Awards and four customer service awards. His comprehensive experience with a competitor's platform as well as his experience in managing and improving new client experiences will be vital to us in his role at Celect.org.
Pete graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 1987 with a BBA degree in Finance.
Celect.org(TM) President and COO Mark Anderson stated, "Pete's experience, well earned reputation, and tremendous communication skills will immediately extend our reach in all of our market verticals, especially within Enterprise-level customers."
Pete Hanlon further stated, "When evaluating Celect.org's patent-pending organizational network and online management system, I immediately recognized the power of their platform. I knew I wanted to be with the market leader."
Celect.org(TM) serves over 1,100 organizations and maintains some 1.1 million unique members through its varied networks and services. Built on a proprietary technology platform with standards-based technology, the Celect.org(TM) web site and CMS and database systems are easily customizable, so users can continue to build out additional functionality to serve their specific needs. It will also scale to serve an organization's long-term technology objectives to consolidate information management from traditionally non-communicative systems to one fully integrated system.