PAWTUCKET, R.I., Jan. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Pawtucket, Rhode Island based Envision Technology Advisors is proud to announce the promotion of Sean Trifero to Director of Engineering.
Sean joined Envision in 2008 in an Engineering Support role. After being named an Engineer in 2009, Sean was eventually promoted to the company's Senior System Engineers in 2010 and was named their Director of R&D in 2012.
"Sean has excelled in his previous role as Senior Engineer and has provided invaluable mentorship and leadership in the engineering department," says Envision's CTO, Jeff Wilhelm. "We are excited to promote him to Director of Engineering, and look forward to his continued contributions."
Sean's professional accomplishments were also recognized last year by the Tech Collective, Rhode Island's industry association for information technology and bioscience. Sean was awarded a TECH10 award, given to IT practitioners who "excel in their practice, demonstrate a passion for contributing to the success of others, and are pioneering in their technological and career achievements."
"I'm excited to tackle the new responsibilities that come with this role change," Sean commented. "Working through the engineering ranks has given me a unique perspective that will aid me in shaping the future of the department and the solutions that we will be able to bring to our valued clients."
About Envision Technology Advisors
Envision Technology Advisors are technology consultants focused on cloud evolution. Envision provides a range of business and technology consulting services to the New England area and beyond, with specialties that include cloud solutions, desktop and data center virtualization, network and wireless consulting, website design and development, enterprise data, and managed services. With offices in Pawtucket, RI and the Greater Boston area, the company has been named a "Best Place to Work" for five straight years. For more information, visit www.envisionsuccess.net.
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