Peter L. Saloman – Chief Information Officer


Peter L. Saloman is the ‘magic’ behind LPI Learning. An established software engineer and entrepreneur, Mr. Saloman garnered 25 plus years in the Salesforce Automation Workspace and Customer Relationship Management arenas. He is experienced in all phases of SDLC having experience in all aspects of selling and deploying large scale CRM systems.

With a fresh degree in Computer Science from Worchester Polytechnic Institute, Mr. Saloman embarked on a journey as a Software Engineer gaining experience in the communications area. After several positions with companies such as Wang Laboratories, Jupiter Technology, Infinet Corporation, and Applitek, Peter changed his focus to concentrate on Sales Force Automation and CRM by joining Envoy Systems, Inc. which preceded his sojourn as President & CEO of his own company, T.H.G. Sales Automation. In this role, Mr. Saloman worked all facets of the business implementing CRM systems in the global marketplace.

Mr. Saloman’s talent is far reaching, with a customer base that included: GE Capital, GE Healthcare, GE Homeland Security, Swarovski, UniFirst Corporation, Iron Mountain, Parametric Technology Corporation, Waters Inc., Thermo Fischer, NuGenesis, Shell Oil, Exxon, Ampacet Corporation, Star Enterprises, and General Foods. Some of his accomplishments include rolling out a CRM for GE Capital in 14 countries and creating a CRM application for the Insurance Industry that was implemented in over 100 companies.

Peter continued his education earning a Master of Business Administration from Babson College with a concentration in Finance. A warm and funny personality, he presently lives in Wilmington, MA with his wife Stephanie of 28 years; they have two grown daughters, Addie and Rachel. He is best known as an avid sports fan, especially when it comes to basketball and football and can claim the title as the winner of the first USA Today Fantasy Basketball League! As he was once described – “If they keep score, then Peter is interested.”