|By Business Wire||
|January 27, 2014 08:33 AM EST||
Seapine Software today announced the expansion of its sales and services team to address continued growth for its enterprise-class product development solutions. The new team members will be responsible for selling Seapine’s software solutions into new accounts, providing consulting services, and ensuring Seapine’s continued growth within existing accounts.
The new hires include:
- Pat Lyons, North America Business Development Manager
- Chuck Mallory, Embedded Business Development Manager
- Mark Mason, Life Sciences Business Development Manager
- Anthony Washington, Life Sciences Solutions Specialist
“Each of these individuals has a proven sales or services track record. These key hires will ensure we’re enabling current customers to solve their existing product development process problems in addition to supporting Seapine’s long-term goals,” said Bob Spitler, Vice President of Worldwide Sales at Seapine.
Seapine Software is a recognized, fast-growing leader in the product development solutions market. Its solutions help companies in industries such as energy, automotive, healthcare, medical device, and gaming, ensure the consistent release of high-quality products.
About Seapine Software
With more than 8,500 customers worldwide, Seapine Software, Inc. is a leading provider of process-centric product development solutions. Headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, with offices in Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Africa, Seapine's development solutions help organizations ensure the consistent release of high quality products, while providing traceability, metrics and reporting, compliance, and risk management. Visit www.seapine.com to learn more.
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