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Welcome Trevor Smith

Introducing Trevor Smith, Knak’s Head of Cloud Operations. Trevor has been with Knak since the very beginning – he actually built the prototype for the Knak app – and after relying on him as a consultant for the last 5 years, we couldn’t be more excited to officially have him on board. 

Trevor has extensive experience architecting, designing, and developing applications for SaaS businesses. He has been critical to the implementation of cloud computing services for our enterprise application within Amazon Web Services, and his insightful solutions have helped inform much of our cloud strategy. 

Now that he’s an official member of the team, he’ll be managing cloud operations and the security behind our software and services, making sure they are secure, performant, reliable, and scalable. 

When he’s not working with us, Trevor can usually be found in the hockey arena, on a ski hill, or hanging out at the lake with his family. Welcome to the team, Trevor!

Tania Blake is Knak’s Marketing Manager, where she’s known for her strong attention to detail and unique ability to balance "process" with "getting stuff done". When she’s not juggling a million and one projects, you can find her cooking up a storm, doing yoga, or hanging out with her family.

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