Industry veteran James Eardly to focus on 3DViewStation in North America
KISTERS North America, Inc. announced that it has hired James Eardly to manage North American sales and support for its 3DViewStation viewing tool which makes design data visually available for the whole enterprise.
Eardly is a veteran software sales manager, recently working for OpenText, where he managed several of its Enterprise Content Management solutions. Prior to OpenText, he was director of sales for Spicer Corporation’s groundbreaking Imagenation viewing solution, working with OEMs, value added resellers, and system integrators around the world.
“Jim is a veteran in the imaging industry and has an in-depth understanding of the needs of this market,” said Germar Nikol, director of visualization technologies at Kisters . “We worked with him for more than two decades when he was with Spicer and OpenText and know how committed he is to helping each of his customers and partners achieve the results they are looking for.”
“I am glad to join the Kisters team and help to establish their game changing products in the North American market” said James Eardly. “3DViewStation has a very modern and at the same time stable visualization architecture allowing users to access visual data how, when and where they want it – via workstation or mobile device – and at lightning speeds.”
The KISTERS 3DViewStation is a viewing tool suitable not only for dynamic engineering collaboration but also for downstream users who benefit from visualization and understanding of 3D CAD data. With3DViewStation you can view, analyze, and annotate engineering data for collaboration within your organization and throughout your business supply chain. Import / Export and view data from all major CAD vendors such as CATIA, NX, ProE/Creo and 20+ other formats.
“Jim is grounded in the history of this product and has been a highly respected partner of KISTERS over the years,” said Stan Malinky, CEO of Kisters North America Inc. “We are delighted that he has joined us and know that he will be a valued asset for our customers.”
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