Peter Sisson is a successful serial entrepreneur and VoIP pioneer with over 20 years of experience in the telecommunications and Internet industries. He is currently founder and CEO of Toktumi, which provides a powerful new type of business phone service for small and home offices that can be set up in just a few minutes. Before starting Toktumi, he was co-Founder and CEO of Teleo, a VoIP application software company that was acquired by Microsoft in 2005. He was also founder of mixonic.com and wineshopper.com (now New Vine Logistics). Peter was named one of the top 10 people to watch by CNET in 1999.
Prior to starting his first company, Peter was an equity analyst following telecom equipment companies at Montgomery Securities, where he co-authored a 60 page industry study “Voice and Fax over IP Networks” published in January 1998. After business school he managed telecom market entry, technology, and regulatory consulting projects at Arthur D. Little, where his clients including Bell Atlantic, Telefonica, Motorola, Nortel, the Government of Colombia, and the European Union. While there he authored “The New WTO Telecom Agreement,” published in Telecommunications magazine, analyzing the potential impact of regulatory changes on world telecom markets.
Peter started his career at AT&T Bell Laboratories writing operating software for enterprise-grade PBX systems. He holds an MBA from the Tuck School at Dartmouth, an MS in computer science from Stanford University, and a BA from Cornell University. He currently serves on the MBA Advisory Board of the Tuck School and is active in philanthropic efforts promoting diversity and campaign finance reform.