Aaron Ebertowski joins Slalom Consulting in Houston

14 August 2015 Consultancy.uk

Slalom Consulting has boosted its Cloud Practice in Houston with the appointment of Aaron Ebertowski as Solution Principal. Ebertowski is passionate about Cloud Technologies and will be the responsible expert for all Slalom’s Cloud and Infrastructure projects in Houston.

Aaron Ebertowski joins Slalom Consulting from IT services firm Nimbo, where he acted as Vice President of Technology for the past year and a half. During this time, the projects that he managed included assessing, migrating, integrating and optimising organisations’ IT infrastructure. In 2013, he shortly worked as Managing Consultant for Catapult Systems and prior to this as Solutions Architect for WorldNet Technologies. Between 2007 and 2012, he was employed by Microsoft and fulfilled the roles of Senior Consultant and Associate Architect. Other roles held by Ebertowski include Engineer at Fair Isaac Corporation, Solutions Consultant at Aeritae Consulting Group and Enterprise Network Systems Architect at Dorsey & Whitney. Ebertowski started his career at Alto Consulting and Training in 1998.

Ebertowski has a Bachelor degree in Information Technology Management from Concordia University-St. Paul and a Master’s degree in Information Technology from Capella University.

Aaron Ebertowski - Slalom

During his 17 year career, Ebertowski developed a passion for Cloud and specialised in Cloud Technologies, for which he has developed and built up a wealth of knowledge and experience which he will deploy at his new job at Slalom Consulting. In his new role as Solution Principal in the Cloud Practice, he acts as the subject matter expert for all Cloud and Infrastructure projects at Slalom in Houston, with a focus on cloud solutions including AWS and Azure, Hybrid Cloud Design, and Cloud Productivity Implementation.

Slalom Consulting Houston
The Houston office recently celebrated its one-year anniversary, with the move to open the office dubbed a large success. In a year's time, the team has grown from near scratch to 85 consultants.


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