HOUSTON, TEXAS (PRWEB) December 06, 2011
McLaren Software, a subsidiary of Idox plc, and leader in Engineering Document Management and Control applications has appointed Michael Cawsey as Vice-President responsible for Asia Pacific.
In the past 10 years Michael has held senior management positions with leading vendors in the Business Process Management and Information Capture sectors. Michael joins McLaren from Metastorm where he held the position of Regional Director for Australia and New Zealand. Prior to Metastorm, Michael held senior positions with both Kofax and Staffware.
Paul Muir CEO of McLaren Software commenting on the appointment said, “With over 20% of the current McLaren opportunity pipeline originating from the Asia Pacific and ANZ regions we are delighted to attract a senior manager or Michael’s caliber.
McLaren has been very successful in securing contracts to supply enterprise scale engineering document solutions to a number of large LNG Capital Projects and Mining Operations in Australia the past twelve months.
With the backing and resources of Idox plc and now with the recent acquisition of CTSpace we continue to invest in new markets and are confident that under Michael’s leadership in the region McLaren will further establish itself as a leading supplier.”
About McLaren Software – Engineering Document Management & Control Applications
McLaren Software and CTSpace, both subsidiaries of Idox plc, are merging to create the leading Cloud and enterprise scale Engineering Document Management and Control Solutions. All solutions are designed to help owner operators and EPCs in asset intensive industries to design, construct and operate safe, efficient and compliant plants and facilities.
Operating in highly regulated industries including Oil & Gas, Energy & Utilities, Life Sciences, Natural Resources and Process Manufacturing all McLaren / CTSpace customers require the controlled and auditable, creation, approval and access to validated engineering documents and drawings.
Designed to support each stage of an asset lifecycle from FEED (Front End Engineering Design), capital projects, to handover / turnover, MRO (maintenance, repair, operations) and the management of change built-in industry best practice processes ensure that all users follow consistent engineering document management and control processes via familiar applications and user interfaces.
Tim Taylor – McLaren Software
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