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Frank Azzolino joins T-Splines board Print E-mail

November 19, 2008

T-Splines, Inc., creators of precise and flexible 3D surface modeling tools with full industry standard compatibility, announced today the appointment of Frank V. Azzolino to its board of directors.

With a proven track record of successfully turning ideas into successful companies, Frank brings over two decades of leadership and general management experience to the board of T-Splines. Most recently, as CEO of aPriori, Frank successfully led the company from university concept to proven, scalable business providing Fortune 500 companies an enterprise software platform to predictively assess, manage, and reduce product cost in real time across the organization.

Prior to aPriori, Frank was CEO of Eigner – a classic turn-around opportunity of a European enterprise software company where he established the company’s worldwide presence, achieved and maintained profitability, and was instrumental in the successful acquisition by Agile in 2003. Prior to Eigner, Frank was CEO of NetSuite, a Fidelity Investments funded network design and discovery software company, sold to Visionael in January 2000. Frank spent nine years at Parametric Technology Corporation (PTC), the leading provider of Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) software solutions to more than 35,000 companies worldwide. As PTC employee #27, Frank was instrumental in growing the business from pre-revenue to over $850 million holding several executive-level marketing, sales, and sales management positions. Frank holds an MBA from Babson College and a BS in engineering from Tufts University.

“Since the introduction of the T-Splines for Rhino plugin, our company has seen strong growth,” said T-Splines CEO Matt Sederberg. “We are very pleased to add Frank to our board as we expand our sales efforts into new markets and industries in 2009 and beyond.”

About T-Splines
T-Splines, Inc. develops surface modeling software with optimal control and full industry standard compatibility for industrial designers and CAD professionals. Founded in 2004 and based in Provo, Utah, the company develops and markets end-user plug-ins and software development libraries based on its next-generation, NURBS-compatible technology.


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