Date: Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Time: 2:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 60 Minutes
Industry 4.0 and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT) is having a profound impact on the Machine Design industry driving the need for smarter machines capable of solving more complex manufacturing challenges. The result is a growth in machine size and complexity which present new challenges that require a multi-disciplinary engineering approach to product development. This complexity puts a tremendous amount of pressure on your product development organization to deliver high quality products, on time and on budget. In this webinar you will see how Siemens can help you…
- Eliminate barriers between your electrical, mechanical and software engineering teams
- Tear down the walls between Engineering, Manufacturing and Quality organizations
- Predict product and manufacturing process performance using advanced simulation
- Delight your customers
…using the World’s Most Productive Engineering platform
Register today to see how we are helping other companies like yours meet the demand of today’s product development challenges allowing you to meet complex product and regulatory requirements while at the same time get products to market faster with higher first time quality and less risk.
Director of Industry Solutions
William is currently a Director of Industry Solutions, representing the Industrial Machinery and Heavy Equipment business segment. He joined Siemens PLM in 2016 after nearly thirty years in engineering and operations management in machinery and heavy equipment companies. Beginning as an engineer of high speed paper converting machinery, William recognized the value of digitalization, and has been the driving force behind numerous implementations of CAD, CAM, PDM, and PLM solutions. He has deep knowledge of SolidWorks, and often was engaged to speak at regional and international conferences on the application of SolidWorks to enhance productivity and business performance.
His experience in operations in automation and heavy equipment companies provides real world validation of a digital solution that leverages the digital twin throughout the enterprise, especially in driving efficiencies on the shop floor. As a business development and process re-engineering expert, William has brought his consulting skills to dozens of machinery companies in the upper Midwest, from Caterpillar and Komatsu Mining to Paper Machine Converting Corporation.
William holds a master’s degree in Business Administration from Marquette University and a bachelor’s of science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Milwaukee School of Engineering.