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Brandon Brown Named VP of Commercial Sales

Clockwork Expands Sales to Focus on Global Energy Industry and Beyond

AUSTIN, Texas, April 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Clockwork, a global leader in SaaS predictive analytics software for Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) announces the selection of Brandon Brown as Vice President of Commercial Sales, out of Houston, TX.   The addition of Brown to the Clockwork leadership team reflects the growing demand from commercial clients for Cloud-based (SaaS), predictive analytics solutions, like Insight LCM™ to drive asset optimization, reliability and profitability. Brown takes ownership of the Commercial Sales team for Clockwork Solutions and is responsible for addressing the growing demand for global capital asset planning and long-term cost management solutions in Oil & Gas, Chemical Manufacturing, Mining, Power Generation, Global Shipping, and Fleet Transportation.

Clockwork Expands Sales to Focus on Global Energy Industry and Beyond: Brandon Brown Named VP of Commercial Sales.

"Brandon's career includes 20 years of working with global software and services companies and a successful track record of delivering value to customers," noted Joe Berti, CEO.  "We are extremely excited to have Brandon in a leadership role within our global commercial sales team."

The global energy industry and other businesses with capital intensive assets are rapidly adopting multi-purpose SaaS based predictive analytic platforms and forecasting solutions as a result of years of costly building, maintaining and then retiring their own in-house, single purpose models.  Clients, including many of the world's largest Oil and Gas companies, use Clockwork to gain insight, formulate answers and help quantify and substantiate executive decision-making efforts to plan CAPEX projects and monitor their Operational Excellence programs to reduce asset life cycle costs, optimize reliability, mitigate enterprise risk and increase profitability.

Prior to joining Clockwork, Brandon was a successful leader in software and service sales, responsible for managing large, complex deals with strategic global customer accounts. "My passion for helping companies tackle multifaceted needs and engineering proven enterprise solutions is what drives me, and Insight LCM™ does that.  It is exciting to join the talented team at Clockwork especially because their successful track record using proven predictive analytics software and delivering solutions which have saved our customers over $8 billion in the last 5 years."

Previously, at IHS Global and Wipro Technologies, among others, Brandon's commitment to connect commercial clients with the software and services that fuel growth lead him to numerous awards. Brandon previously cofounded and managed successful software company ventures in both conventional and emerging markets.  His career began as a computer programmer / software engineer with Ernst & Young's Management Consulting practice, and he holds a Bachelors of Business Administration in Management Information Systems from Texas A&M University.  Visit Brandon on LinkedIn

To learn more about Clockwork's Leadership click here.

About Clockwork:  Clockwork is a global leader of SaaS predictive analytics solutions for Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) that improve availability and reduce maintenance and repair parts costs of capital intensive assets.  With over 50 customers, the company provides proven innovative solutions that analyze asset data and provide performance visibility to each phase of an asset's life cycle; resulting in increased availability, improved utilization, and billions worth of cost savings and profitability.  For more information visit www.clockwork-solutions.com

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