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CIMdata Announces Three Key Promotions

ANN ARBOR, Mich., Jan. 30 – CIMdata, Inc., the leading global PLM strategic management consulting and research firm announces the promotions of key Company personnel. In addition to recognizing service excellence within the firm, the promotions are designed to drive and support CIMdata’s strategic business direction and growth.

Stan Przybylinski has been promoted to Vice President of Research after rejoining CIMdata in 2010 as Director of Research. Mr. Przybylinski was previously with CIMdata as a Senior Consultant from 2000 to 2003. Mr. Przybylinski’s promotion recognizes the increased importance of, and his growing role in, the expansion of CIMdata’s global research services. Mr. Przybylinski has over 30 years experience in the development of business-enabling IT solutions for research, engineering, and manufacturing organizations worldwide. He has worked in R&D, marketing, and communications with both Fortune 100 companies and smaller organizations.

Cheryl Peck has been promoted to Director of Marketing for CIMdata. She joined the firm in May 2011, with the acquisition of Collaborative Product Development Associates (CPDA). Ms. Peck had been with CPDA and its predecessor, D.H. Brown Associates, since 1997. Her new position significantly expands and acknowledges her strategic role at CIMdata. Ms. Peck is an instrumental resource in coordinating the PLM Road Map conference, CIMdata Knowledge Councils and external events, and internal organizational activities. In her new and expanded role, Ms. Peck will be charged with focusing and enhancing CIMdata’s face to the global PLM Market.

Richard McFall, who joined CIMdata in 2010, has been promoted to Director, Global PLM Community. His promotion is designed to recognize his significant contribution and focus on building, supporting, and enhancing CIMdata’s global PLM Community program. Mr. McFall brings to CIMdata more than 20 years of experience across numerous PLM technology domains through a progression of work as an engineer, support analyst, application consultant, account representative, sales manager, channel partner manager, and international business development manager. In his new role, Mr. McFall will also continue to lead CIMdata’s PLM Channel Consulting Practice.

Commenting on these promotions, Mr. Peter Bilello, CIMdata’s President said, “I am excited to announce these promotions. These promotions recognize each individual’s extensive and proven expertise in their areas of responsibility. These individuals represent CIMdata’s strength and future strategic direction as the leading, global PLM strategic management consulting and research firm.”

About CIMdata

CIMdata, a leading independent worldwide firm, provides strategic management consulting to maximize an enterprise’s ability to design and deliver innovative products and services through the application of Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions. Since its founding in 1983, CIMdata has delivered world-class knowledge, expertise, and best-practice methods on PLM solutions. These solutions incorporate both business processes and a wide-ranging set of PLM-enabling technologies.


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