Michael Petito

Director of Web Development

Michael Petito

Director of Web Development

ABOUT ME

Michael brings 16 years of experience in software engineering and enterprise solution architecture.  After earning his bachelor degrees in software engineering and applied mathematics from Clarkson University, he started his career in the mortgage technology industry developing integrated platforms for data warehousing and process management.  Michael then transitioned into the software consulting industry, building solutions for enterprises and consumers and working with a broad range of technologies.  Most recently, he has directed the development and maintenance of a large multi-platform event management solution, integrating web, mobile and “on -premise” distributed systems.  As a technical project manager with end-to-end product development experience, Michael is responsible for leading and managing the development of software solutions.

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Craig Lamb

Partner

Dave Mastrella

Partner

Gaetano Vigneri

Director of Creative Solutions

Michael Petito

Director of Web Development

Scott Terry

Director of Mobile Application Development

Dea Corsi

Marketing and Account Management

Elyse Inzinga

Project and Account Management

Julie Swatling

Project and Account Management

Matt Bridges

Technical Project Leader

Paul Campbell

Technical Project Leader

Daniel Petito

Technical Project Lead

Carlos Hernández Gamboa

Software Engineer

Rich Whitesell

SmarterCMS Specialist

Junpeng Chang

Web Designer

Garrett Shearer

Software Engineer

Clay Herendeen

Software Engineer

Vishal Goradia

Software Engineer

Adam Reese

Software Engineer

Ryan King

Software Engineer

Nick Curatalo

Quality Assurance Testing

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  • 50 University Ave
  • Rochester, NY 14605
  • T: (585) 327-5640
  • F: (585) 327-5649
  • TF: (855) 368-2848
  • info@envative.com

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