Boudewijn Neijens joins CopperLeaf Management Team
January 3rd, 2011 – CopperLeaf Technologies Inc., a leading provider of Asset Investment Planning & Management (AIPM) solutions, has appointed Mr. Boudewijn Neijens to the role of Vice President Marketing and Business Development. His responsibilities include the identification and management of partners and sales channels worldwide, marketing of CopperLeaf’s products and services, and management of the CopperLeaf User Group.
Boudewijn has extensive experience in international business development, having started and led the development of BC-based graphic arts giant Creo in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and later led all marketing activities for Creo worldwide. Most recently he was responsible for marketing, international business and product management at Aquatic Informatics in Vancouver. He holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Brussels and an MBA from INSEAD in France.
“CopperLeaf is now at a stage where we our products and services can be deployed both internationally and across multiple industry segments, says Judi Hess, CEO of CopperLeaf Technologies. Boudewijn brings a wealth of experience in developing businesses internationally; and in managing channels and partners around the world.”
About CopperLeaf Technologies
CopperLeaf helps asset-intensive organizations re-think the traditional approach to capital planning, asset life-cycle planning, and budgeting. We pioneered Asset Investment Planning and Management (AIPM) to help organizations integrate planning, analysis, approval, and execution so that they can make risk-informed asset related decisions that are effective, transparent, and focused on the long-term performance of the organization. Since 2000, we have been empowering utilities and other asset intensive organizations to make decisions with greater confidence.
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