Singlewire Spotlight: Kevin


Each month, we feature one of our stellar team members on our blog. Learn more about them and what they do at Singlewire.

How long have you been at Singlewire and what’s your position?

I started at Singlewire in 2014. Right now I manage our Customer Success team which includes our Support Engineers and our Professional Services Engineers.

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Please describe what you do at Singlewire.

Our team of engineers works directly with customers every day to make sure they are receiving maximum value from the investment they have made in our software. Bottom line, we work very hard to make sure our customers are happy.

What do you like best about working at Singlewire?

I hate to sound cliché, but it really is the people. We have a culture that truly values the customer experience, top to bottom. It’s rewarding to be a part of that.

What’s been your favorite project you’ve worked on here?

We are close to completing a very large and complicated installation for my favorite NFL football team. I’m sure we will be sharing more details once we complete the project.

What are your favorite things to do outside of work?

I’ve been a high school basketball coach for 23 years and I’ve also been lucky enough to coach all my kids in a variety of sports. Basketball was literally my way off the farm, so I try and give back to the sport and to the coaches who were so important to me every chance I get. Watching kids improve and grow, and more importantly smile, is about as good as it gets.

If you could only eat one thing for the rest of your life, what would it be and why?

Gino’s lasagna. My dream job is to be an NFL offensive lineman. I think if I ate Gino’s every day I could still make it happen.

What was the last book you read?

Beneath a Scarlet Sky – highly recommend. Prior to that I just finished the incredibly good WWII Liberation Trilogy by Rick Atkinson

What is the best concert you’ve ever attended?

The first is still the best: 1986, The Flats downtown Cleveland. George Thorogood and the Delaware Destroyers; opening act: Brian Setzer Orchestra. John Mellencamp in Indianapolis would be a close second.

Spotify, Pandora or iTunes and why?

AM radio.

Where’s your hometown?

I was born just outside of Cleveland. I grew up on a farm, technically a 100-acre orchard. And yes, I am the shortest in my family. My three brothers and my dad are all taller than me, so if you have any funny jokes about us not needing ladders to pick the apples, please forward them on.





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