Glasier Named Executive VP at AVEVA

Friday, June 29, 2007
AVEVA announced that Rob Glasier has been promoted to Executive Vice President effective July 2, and will serve as the Head of The Americas for AVEVA; where he will be responsible for all of AVEVA's software and services business across all the Process, Power, Marine and related industries in the Americas region.

Prior to this appointment, Rob has been responsible for AVEVA Americas’ Marine business for the shipbuilding and offshore industry, as well as its asset and information lifecycle management business. Prior to AVEVA, Rob was Head of Business Development, and an Owner of RealityWave Inc., which was acquired by AVEVA, and whose technology is a component of AVEVA’s NET Portal, VNET. Rob has extensive experience in sales, marketing, development, and senior management. He was with Intergraph Corporation for many years, running Intergraph’s Process, Power, and Building Solutions (PDS) Division; Intergraph’s Shipbuilding Division; the Information Management Systems Group; and the Mechanical Design and Manufacturing Division. Rob was also vice president of Corporate Marketing for Intergraph. “We are really pleased to have Rob assume the leadership of AVEVA Americas”, commented Richard Longdon, CEO of AVEVA Group plc. "Rob has a proven track record of success, and strong leadership capabilities that will be crucial for the continued growth of AVEVA in The Americas.”

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