About Us

About Us


Innovation & Market Leadership




Pesaro Technologies was founded in 2008 by a small team of engineers from Hewlett Packard. A belief in the original HP Way and the HP - Rules of The Garage is foundational to who we are at Pesaro. We believe that building and growing a lasting company centers on the idea that the customer defines a job well done and by keeping bureaucracy out of the work place, innovating daily and working hard we will become a market leader. 




Kevin Almen Pesaro Technologies

Kevin Almen is an entrepreneur with over 20 years engineering experience in R&D, quality, process, tooling and new business development. During his 16 years at HP's Printing and Imaging business unit, he managed the R&D Ink Delivery Systems (micro-fluidics) Futures team, Ink Supplies Product Quality Engineering Team, lead new business development, as well as worked as a process and tooling engineer. As a manager and engineer, he led the development of next generation print supplies and hand-held printing from the conceptual stage through early development. He led the development of an after-market printer cleaning kit (software and hardware) with over 20 million units produced. He also managed and designed processes and tooling for high-volume print cartridge assembly. Prior to HP, he started his own engineering contract services business, designed missile control systems for aerospace, designed fixtures/tooling, and worked as an inspector in the disk drive industry.


Kevin has a B.S.M.E with a minor in Material Science and has experience with Fortune 500 companies, start-ups and has started a couple of his own businesses. He has been issued over 25 U.S. and international patents.




Wayne Traina is a designer with over 30 years experience as a process development engineer, tooling designer and technician in inkjet printing, portable computers, LCD's and wafer fab. He is a highly skilled mechanical designer with 18 years experience in tooling design and equipment sourcing including metrology, high speed assembly, and test equipment. He has designed tooling and developed multiple high speed assembly processes including inkjet fluid fill process, thermal adhesive joint assembly and hermetic seal parts testing. His expertise in leak test technologies includes pressure decay and helium trace gas analysis.Wayne's career began at HP as an operator/technician and eventually worked his way into the engineering ranks. While at HP he was considered an "expert" in CAD design and taught corporate classes in CAD. He holds 2 issued U.S. and international patents.