Kevin Torf is an IS Executive with a 25+ year career and specialization in large-scale IT project design, procurement, and implementation. He has orchestrated the design and implementation of scores of complex IT infrastructure deployments across the globe including some of the world’s largest communication network systems. Kevin offers years of experience in executive-level technology consulting involving data centers, server farms, storage and backup systems, security, video messaging, and VoIP systems.
In 2012 Kevin became a Managing Partner of T2 Technology Group after merging the consulting division of Inventtrex into T2 Technology Group. He plays a leading role as the chief IT architect for T2 IT Infrastructure projects and field operations. Kevin recently negotiated a $13 million contract to redesign and replace the IS infrastructure for Kootenai Health in Idaho during the next two years and is currently overseeing the implementation process. He also orchestrated a significant IT initiative for the Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles, Marion and John E. Anderson Pavilion, new hospital construction project.
In 2009 Kevin founded Inventtrex, a holding company with multiple businesses including the spin-off of Mobile Gaming Technologies as well as Inventtrex Consulting. Mobile Gaming Technologies launched its first mobile product Bet Tracker which is used in over 100 countries around the world by sports enthusiast still today and is a leading mobile application in the Apple, Android and Black Berry stores. Inventtrex still operates as an Investment company in various other industries using Kevin’s management experience to introduce new technologies to the market.
From 2005 to 2009, Kevin held senior roles as CTO/CIO and Member of the Board of Directors for Intelliverse. Technology achievements included capturing $9 million in new revenue by migrating three disparate technology products to a state-of-the-art multimedia product, slashing technology expenses $3 million a year by moving to an IP platform, and consolidating six national data centers.
In 2003, Kevin founded Inuntius in partnership with Belkin International to market one of the first commercial VoIP phone systems directly to the consumer that was sold worldwide through over 500 retail stores. Two years later, he spearheaded the sale and merger of the company to Voicecom/Inteliiverse.
In 1995, Kevin founded Tornado Development, Inc., which was regarded as a pioneer in unified messaging and employed over 150 engineers. Kevin garnered support from Siemens International executives to distribute their product globally.
Kevin also founded Torsys and served as Chief Executive Officer from 1991 to 1995. Torsys was a global networking firm that provided strategic development and management of critical network solutions for some of the most recognized names in business and education, including TCI, AT&T, UCLA, Xircom, Microsoft, Symantec, Packard Bell, and Starwood Hotels.
Kevin has traveled to more than 20 countries to conduct business such as China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Taiwan. He is a strong advocate of professional development, and has completed multiple training programs in the US, UK, Germany, Australia, and Canada.