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Matt Paliulis

Matt graduated from the Olin School of Business at Washington University in 1997 with a BSBA in Marketing and Finance. He then began his IT consulting career with Price Waterhouse. Over the years, he has worked for Price Waterhouse, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, and IBM as a data warehousing and business intelligence consultant, where he bridged the gap between business process and IT. Matt has been a part of numerous successful projects at Fortune 500 companies in the financial services sector, creating and integrating software to solve business problems.
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Meeting the Team Who Built You KaiNexus

Posted by Matt Paliulis

May 25, 2018 7:43:00 AM

For many of our existing customers, the ‘face’ of KaiNexus is our incredible Customer Experience team. For new customers, it’s our Sales team. While these teams are phenomenal and are emblematic of our company in so many ways, they only represent a fraction of the KaiNexus team.

A big part of the team works tirelessly behind the scenes to ensure questions are answered, the KaiNexus application is running properly, our environments and data are secure, webinars are scheduled, and countless other small but critical tasks get done.

Working with the operations side of the business, our interactions with customers are limited. To use a sports analogy, we’re like an offensive lineman in football. We usually go unnoticed unless we mess something up. For the most part, we like to keep it that way. However, there is one time of year where we like to change things up, our Annual User Conference.

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Hurricanes and Hacks: How KaiNexus is Staying Safe

Posted by Matt Paliulis

Sep 21, 2017 7:06:00 AM

For many, it has been a bad month. With hurricanes Harvey and Irma wreaking havoc on major cities and the Equifax data breach being announced, it seems like we are in a constant state of peril. 

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