top of page
  • Writer's pictureRedCloud Consulting

10 Minutes With: RedCloud Alumni Chris Frost

Chris is back with us today! We were excited to track him down for a special RedCloud Alumni Q&A session so we could share updates on his career path and his whereabouts since his time working at RedCloud. Chris is the consummate professional. He was always detailed and caring, however, what made him so successful in his client engagements was his ability to relate and empathize with everyone. He’s someone our team would consider a true friend.

After his time with us assisting our clients with key IT projects and honing his craft, he’s moved on to impressive projects and is here to share some reflections with us today. Thanks for taking the time to chat with us, Chris.


What was your role at RedCloud, and what position do you hold now? 

As a senior consultant at RedCloud, I was a Project Manager….a role I continue today in my current role at Savers, specializing in IT Retail. 

What kind of projects/client service did you work on at RedCloud?  

I worked on Microsoft projects in the Marketing groups with Avanade and Accenture, focused on driving Azure sales. The last engagement I had was at Savers (also known as Value Village), where I worked as a Project Manager on the IT Retail Team, driving the software updates to the Point of Sales systems, Registers and Self-Checkouts. This project led to my full-time role with Savers, and I am now part of another great group of people. I really miss seeing my RedCloud family. But we still stay in touch, grabbing coffee and lunch when our schedules allow. 

What is your favorite part about the RedCloud team members? Or some specific memories about a project or collaboration? 

The RedCloud team truly cares about everyone. (Managing Partners) Brett Clifton, Brett Alston, and (Account Director) Scott Ekman are always there to listen and offer advice. Benny Swedberg (BS&I Practice Lead) is always there to help you figure out and understand any technical issues. Emily Barber (HR Manager) is always available with a smile and an immediate fix for any HR or hardware issues. When I had a project end, the team was quick to find me another engagement.  I am in my 40s, and RedCloud is the first place I have worked where I felt like I was part of a family. I am lucky to have these people as friends.

What were some skills or best practices you learned during your time with RedCloud that you took with you to your next job?

I learned the basics of PowerApps and definitely strengthened my PM skills. 

What would you say to someone who was thinking about working for RedCloud?  

Engage with the other team members. Ask for help when you need it. Be a part of the family!

12 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All


Commenting has been turned off.
bottom of page