The assyst GmbH has strengthened it's PLM team with the addition of Dr. Jürgen Rudolph on board.
Dr. Rudolph is an apparel sector expert and will bring fresh momentum to the Product Lifecycle Management business field at assyst.
“We’re currently working on a standard solution for PLM, one which will give our customers the option of starting with assyst's well-known and successful basic plm assyst functions out of the box. To realize this, we need an experienced person who really knows the needs of our customers - one who can take that knowledge and implement it into our product development. We're delighted to have gained Dr. Jürgen Rudolph for our team and we're commencing with our new PLM future, effective immediately”, said Dr. Andreas Seidl, commenting on the new addition to the assyst PLM team.
Dr. Jürgen Rudolph has been actively involved with the apparel sector for almost 20 years. He was head of the CAD/Technical Preparation Department with Hugo Boss AG in Metzingen and later became Project Manager for Technology there. Before coming to assyst, he was responsible for setting up a project organization and various IT projects at Montana, Nussloch. “I'm delighted to be able to bring my many years of apparel industry experience to assyst - and to steer our product development in a new direction, making working with the customer still more effective”, said Dr. Rudolph.
Mar 30, 2010
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