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NAFEMS Appoints Chief Operating Officer
Posted Mon May 05, 2003 @09:54AM
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News Companies are increasingly coming to depend on computer simulation ("virtual prototyping") to reduce development costs and get products to market faster. The role of NAFEMS in assisting these organisations to apply these techniques in an appropriate manner is expanding rapidly. In order to keep pace with this expansion, NAFEMS is pleased to announce the addition of Tim Morris in the role of Chief Operating Officer.

“Tim will play a leading role in driving the development of the organisation as it strives to reach its strategic objectives of greater internationalisation and wider technology support through revised products and membership opportunities” said Dr Paul Newton, Managing Director of NAFEMS.

Tim brings extensive experience of many different aspects of the implementation of engineering analysis techniques. Over the past fifteen years, he has been involved in a variety of roles involving sales and marketing, technical support, training, consulting work and general management.

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