Tricension Strengthens Leadership Team with Appointment of Renee Keffer as Cloud Enablement VP

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Tricension is one of the leading business advisory, cloud enablement, and technology solutions companies based in Kansas City. Tricension aims to enable enterprises to gain value from technology initiatives by focusing on long-term goals. Tricension announced the appointment of industry authority Renee Keffer as Vice President of Cloud Solutions, as the company is dedicated to consolidating its position as market leader in cloud enablement solutions based on a Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure DevOps.


Keffer is a seasoned industry professional with a proven track record of delivering and managing complex enterprise solutions. She is a founding member of WiSTEMM (Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, and Medicine), where she currently serves on the leadership team.

In her new role as VP of Cloud Solutions, Keffer will be responsible for continuing to grow Tricension’s cloud services, by overseeing the sales and technical AWS and Azure DevOps teams as well as building strong client relationships. She is also expected to further develop Tricension’s role as a trusted cloud enablement partner, dedicated to the delivery of a wide range of cloud professional services based on Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure DevOps.

Keffer, reporting to Mike Lammers, Chief Executive Officer, will be instrumental in demonstrating Tricension value proposition as a true cloud enablement company. As Keffer mentioned “moving to the cloud is no longer considered an ‘if’ for most companies, but rather a ‘when’”.


Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services (AWS) both reported strong growth for their cloud businesses. The latest data shows that, for the last quarter of 2017, spending on cloud services jumped 46% YOY.