About Peter Carson
Peter is President of Envision IT and Extranet User Manager, a Microsoft Office Apps & Services MVP since 2011, and President of the Toronto SharePoint User Group. He has lead his team at Envision IT in the use and deep customization of SharePoint since 2001. He is well recognized as an evangelist in the SharePoint community, speaking regularly at SharePoint user group meetings, conferences, Microsoft events such as SharePoint Conference, Tech Days, Convergence, and local universities.
As the founder and President of Envision IT and Extranet User Manager, Peter brings over 30 years of technology consulting, certified engineering skills, database design, and application development – combined with strong communication, analytical planning and business skills. This has allowed our clients to see more - transitioning internal facing Information Management systems to powerful customer facing, web enabled Enterprise solutions.
Peter possesses unparalleled technical skills. He is proficient in the industry’s most widely used operating systems and databases, development tools and 3rd party applications. His excellent understanding of business needs of both small and large organizations in the financial, distribution, service, franchisee, and public-sector markets have proven invaluable to our clients.
Within the Microsoft Community, Peter is known as a partner-evangelist for leading-edge Microsoft Technology, often taking on a role in creating demo materials and training for new Microsoft products and technology. Well recognized as a leader in the SharePoint community, Peter speaks regularly at SharePoint user group meetings, conferences, Microsoft events such as Tech Days, and local universities. In recognition of this, Microsoft has awarded Peter the Microsoft Office Apps & Services MVP designation annually since 2011. He is also the President of the Toronto SharePoint User Group, and Past President of the International Association of Microsoft Certified Partners – Canadian Chapter. Peter holds a Bachelor of Applied Science – Computer Engineering (Dean’s Honour List) from the University of Waterloo.
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