Posts Tagged ‘senior solutions architect’

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People of Perficient: Meet Marc Mullins, Senior Solutions Architect

Perficient promotes a culture of giving, collaboration, and excellence. Marc Mullins, senior solutions architect, is a great example of all three of these values. I recently sat down with him to discuss how he came to work for our global digital consultancy, and what about the culture keeps him motivated to stay and do his […]

Joey Klein Embraces Innovation through Atlassian Offerings

Two of Perficient’s core values are clients and innovation, and the two seamlessly integrate with one another. Without clients, we wouldn’t have as many opportunities to innovate, but without innovation, we wouldn’t maintain the clientele we have. Joey Klein, senior solutions architect, works within our Atlassian practice and is able to quickly solve problems for […]

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People of Perficient: Meet Senthilkumar Shanmugam, Senior Solutions Architect

Senthilkumar Shanmugam uses his 20+ years of application development and enhancement experience to lead in a variety of areas at Perficient. We recently connected to discuss how he serves our healthcare clients. I also discovered what he values most about the team he leads. Thank you for joining me, Senthilkumar. I’d love to learn more […]

Senior Solutions Architect Christopher Fougere with his dogs, Stanley and Deke

People of Perficient: Meet Christopher Fougere, Healthcare Senior Solutions Architect

I recently connected with one of our interoperability leaders, Christopher Fougere, to discuss what it’s like leading teams and delivering projects within our healthcare practice. We discussed what he enjoys most about his role at Perficient as a Senior Solutions Architect. Christopher, thank you for taking time out of your day to chat with me. […]

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Perficient Colleagues Make a Difference for Global Health and Wellness

Nonprofits that revolve around health and wellness are always popular and widely supported around the holidays. Almost every person in the United States knows someone who has been affected by illnesses similar to cancer, ALS, MS, or heart disease. According to cancer.gov, in 2018 there were 18.1 million new cases of cancer and over 9 […]