|Keith Mountain joins T-Splines, Inc. Board of Directors|
Provo, Utah – January 20, 2011
T-Splines, Inc., creators of precise and flexible 3D surface modeling and organic design tools with full industry standard compatibility, today announced the appointment of Keith Mountain to its board of directors. Keith Mountain is an executive with broad high technology experience, deep knowledge of the CAD software industry and a focus on high growth software businesses. He brings over two decades of leadership, strategy and management experience to the board of T-Splines.
Most recently, as the CEO of Spatial Corporation, Keith successfully turned the company into a profitable subsidiary for its owner, Dassault Systemes. Before coming to Spatial in 2002, Keith founded Mountain Associates, a management consulting firm focused on developing and managing business opportunities for startup companies and growth-oriented international corporate subsidiaries. During the ten years at Mountain Associates, Keith delivered over one hundred projects that typically provided executives and investors with “Plan B” business plans, new product positioning guidance and recommendations for technology acquisition and licensing. Prior to Mountain Associates, Keith worked in executive and management positions in marketing and sales with some of the leading companies and pioneers of the CAD and Computer Graphics industry, including Computervision, Prime Computer, Autographix and Agfa/Compugraphic Corporation. Keith has a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from Northeastern University and a Masters in Electrical Engineering from the University of Rhode Island. He served two years in the US Army as a lieutenant at White Sands Missile Range and as a platoon leader in a maintenance battalion in Viet Nam.
“We are thrilled to be able to add Keith Mountain to our board,” said T-Splines CEO Matt Sederberg. “His experience in the CAD industry and running a technology licensing business will be invaluable to our company. 2010 was the strongest revenue year yet for T-Splines, and we look forward to Keith’s contributions as we continue to expand the distribution of T-Splines and introduce new products in 2011.”
“T-Splines offers a significant breakthrough in the mathematical definition of organic and free-form shapes and surfaces,” said Keith. “The efficiencies provided by T-Splines technology in design and manufacturing as well as in design, engineering and production collaboration have just begun to be recognized. I am excited about being a part of the future of T-Splines and the benefits it can provide to the market.”
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