Peak Methods Names Martin President, Harris COO

Peak Methods Inc. has announced that Gordon Martin has been named the Company’s President and Richard Harris has been named Chief Operating Officer.
Martin was most recently President of Communications Services Line at EDS, where he led the development of the company’s global telecommunications network and communications outsourcing services.
Martin’s past career experience also includes a variety of senior executive management positions. During his 20-years with Williams and WilTel Communications he was credited with leading sales, marketing and business development to annual revenue in excess one billion dollars. He subsequently served as President of AFN Communications and then Executive Vice President of Global Wholesale Markets at Qwest Communications.
As President of Peak Methods, Martin will lead the growth of the company’s technology services.
Martin is a graduate of Oral Roberts University where he earned both his bachelor’s degree in Business and his MBA. He is also a graduate of Harvard University’s Strategic Marketing Program.
Richard Harris most recently served as the Director of Operations at the Bridgelogix Corp. where he led the acquisition of manufacturing sector data collection software companies. In this role, Harris was responsible for legal, financial and operational due diligence, as well as the contract negotiation and closing of the acquisitions.
Prior to his service to Bridgelogix, Harris served as President of Jump Technology Services where he was all directly involved with phases of management and marketing for the technology consulting company. He has also served as the Manager of Technology for digitalEPC.com and has worked in the role of database administration for both Sampson Investment Company and WorldCom.
Harris holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Kansas.
Peak Methods, Inc., is headquartered in at 1717 S. Boulder in Tulsa. and maintains additional sales and service delivery locations in Tulsa and Oklahoma City.



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