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E7 Ping Development Owner and CTO Peter Adams
The MAC6 community is filled with innovative people doing amazing and innovative things, even in today’s climate. That is one of the reasons Jennifer Burwell and Kyle McIntosh love interviewing their members.
Community member, Peter Adams shares some exciting things he’s working on at Ping! Development, during this episode of MAC6 Community Connection Radio Show and Podcast.
We discussed everything from business growth, to the importance of community, custom software for online voting, and more in this MAC6 show.
Ping! Development is a Phoenix-area software development firm, specializing in custom Web and mobile applications and ecommerce. They work with small businesses to create the systems they will use to successfully manage their business operations and deliver value to their customers.
One of their strengths lies in developing custom software for industries heavy in compliance regulations, such as the financial, healthcare, and legal industries. Each of these require careful consideration of their requirements to maintain compliance and ensure adequate security.
In March of 1998, Peter Adams began his professional career as a Web developer where he spent many years with companies ranging from startups to multi-national corporations before launching Ping! Development in 2012.
Prior to founding Ping! Development, Mr. Adams worked with companies ranging from professional services to professional development and financial services. Since launching his company, he has helped startups and small businesses launch new digital products and establish or improve their Web-based products.
A native of Colorado, he was graduated from Kansas State University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Management Information Systems. Since founding Ping! Development, Peter has been active in community and business organizations, including the Tempe Chamber of Commerce.
Connect with Peter and team at PingDevelopment.com and on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter