Kendall Peterson

Kendall Peterson

For over 30 years, Kendall Peterson has brought his technology expertise and business management experience to companies wanting to improve the way they do things. He has worked across multiple verticals, including Energy, Technology, Government and Retail, with a focus on Strategic Planning, Digital Transformation, Process Improvement, Service Delivery, Operations and Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery. Kendall joined Intellinet in early 2017 as part of the Northeast Business Solutions team.

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"Success is Where Preparation and Opportunity Meet"

Bobby Unser was known for his continuous pursuit of improvement, never being complacent or satisfied with what had been done in the past. When asked what led to his incredible success his response was simply, “success is where preparation and opportunity meet.”
Topics: Business Continuity Planning, Business Intelligence

"The Best Defense is a Good Offense"

Jack Dempsey reigned as the world heavyweight champion from 1919 to 1926 and his aggressive fighting style and exceptional punching power made him one of the most popular boxers in history. When asked about his strategy, he would reply that “the best defense is a good offense.”
Topics: Business Continuity Planning, Business Intelligence, Business Continuity Planning

"Plans Are Useless, But Planning is Indispensable"

General Dwight D. Eisenhower was not a man to lay out a plan and then let it collect dust on a shelf. He found that the act of planning in itself was the true value of the exercise.
Topics: Business Continuity Planning, Business Intelligence, Business Continuity Planning, Business Continuity Planning, Business Strategy

"Lost Time is Never Found Again"

There are plenty of closed businesses that wish they could go back and put a focus on Business Continuity Planning. Unfortunately, as Ben Franklin once said, lost time is never found again.
Topics: Business Continuity Planning, Business Intelligence, Business Continuity Planning, Business Continuity Planning, Business Strategy, Business Continuity Planning

"Obviously a Major Malfunction"

A little over one minute after launch, while traveling at Mach 1.92 and at an altitude of 46,000 feet, the Space Shuttle Challenger exploded in the cold, bright-blue Florida sky at 11:39am, on January 28, 1986. Most people remember where they were and what they were doing when they heard of the...
Topics: Business Continuity Planning, Business Intelligence, Business Continuity Planning, Business Continuity Planning, Business Strategy, Business Continuity Planning, Business Continuity Planning