Simulation Altair Strengthens Strategic Growth with New Executives
Altair has expanded its team with Amy Messano as Chief Marketing Officer and Ubaldo Rodriguez as Senior Vice President, Global Sales.
Amy Messano will lead Altair's corporate and regional marketing activities as well as solution marketing. Until recently, she held the position of Vice President Integrated Marketing & Communications at Aptiv (formerly Delphi) and previously had a Senior Marketing position at Microsoft.
Ubaldo Rodriguez who will lead Altair's global sales growth will report to Altair's Chief Revenue Officer Nelson Dias. Rodgriguez until recently worked as VP Sales Americas for Ansys, where he held various sales positions since 2004.
"We are very happy to welcome Amy and Ubaldo to our team. Amy will contribute a strong marketing background in software and growth technologies, including future mobility, to our international marketing teams. We are confident that with Ubaldo's strong record in revenue growth, our sales force will continue to grow," said James Scapa, Altair's founder, chairman and chief executive officer." Her experience and know-how comes to us at the right time, especially because we are in the process of expanding our software platforms with further technology solutions".
"I've known Altair as a competitor for many years, and its impressive advancement through investment in research and development and technology acquisitions has made it a hub of the software industry," Rodriguez said. "The growth and scope of Altair's software portfolio combined with its disruptive business model provides an exciting new way for organizations around the world to participate in Altair's value creation with their powerful solutions."
Jeff Brennan Appointed Chief Product Officer
Former CMO Jeff Brennan has been appointed Chief Product Officer of Altair 365. As a cloud collaboration platform, Altair integrates 365 simulation solutions for generative design, engineering, and manufacturing in a single, intuitive user environment. This new position is in line with Altair's growth strategy in a changing, decentralized computing landscape.
This article was first published by konstruktionspraxis