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Peter Hazelwood

Executive Vice President of Delivery for Enlogix/Banner CIS, eCIS and Web/Mobile

Peter is the Executive Vice President of Delivery for Enlogix/Banner CIS, eCIS and web/mobile products at VertexOne.  He is responsible for the product and platform development, implementations, deployment, ongoing application development and maintenance, in addition to operational and client support for these CIS practices supporting over 25 clients.  Peter has spent 35 years in the utility industry across multiple disciplines including engineering, software development, systems implementation, IT technology services, program management, delivery and support. After 14 years with Toronto Hydro in various technical and management roles, he has been supporting clients as a business leader in the BPO/SaaS utility industry for the last 21 years in various senior leadership capacities with VertexOne.

Peter has a Bachelor of Applied Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Toronto and an MBA from York University in Toronto.

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