Sales Director, Intrinsys
The UK Intelligent Engineering Forum is working hard to address the challenges facing UK engineering companies in Global Markets. A bringing together of the latest thinking in PLM, the technologies and processes together with the people, OEM’s, partners and practitioners, that face making it happen on a daily basis.
This year, the theme of the Forum is ‘Your Road Map to Gaining Competitive Advantage’ and we’ll be looking at some of the major trends, such as Industry 4.0 and the use of disruptive technologies and we’ll be sharing experiences.
This year is also about ‘more.’ There are more partners this year; there is more to see and experience but importantly there is more time for delegates to network and try out the technologies.
With a greater variety of industries represented by the delegates this year it’s clear to see the increasing potential for networking which should add a greater sense of diversity to spark even more innovative thinking. “I believe I receive far more out of the networking and engaging with clients and partners than I ever expected and I’m looking forward to renewing acquaintances and learning even more from new contacts at this year’s event.”
Welcome back to the UK Intelligent Engineering forum.
Craig started his engineering career in 1976 – specialising in Production Engineering before moving in to Software Services / Sales, within the CAD/CAM/CAE/PLM market-space, in 1987. He has worked with many leading companies such as Computervision, MSC Software, and Tata Technologies in both Sales Management and Executive roles.
Craig heads a rapidly growing sales department which doubled through the acquisition of Applied CAE back in 2014. He is a passionate ambassador for Dassault Systèmes 3DEXPERIENCE platform in which Intrinsys are recognised as the go to company. The team continues to expand both in the UK and in South Africa, which also falls under Craig’s wing. Under Craig’s steerage Intrinsys continues to maintain a leading position within the UK and is recognised as a significant force in international PLM.