ROANOKE, Va., Jan. 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Meridium® Inc., the global leader in asset performance management (APM) software and services, has announced that Patricia (Patti) Foye has been named the company's Chief Marketing Officer (CMO). In this role, Ms. Foye will assume responsibility for all facets of marketing including corporate, product, industry, partner and field marketing initiatives.
With over twenty-five years of demonstrated success in executive management positions within the software and technology industry, Ms. Foye has extensive experience in driving high impact initiatives to deliver revenue growth and market leadership. In addition to her extensive experience in marketing and strategic alliances, she has served in general management, operations, business development and sales roles and has demonstrated success in growing enterprise-class and small and medium-sized firms.
"Patti has joined our Executive Management Team as CMO at an exciting time," says Meridium CEO, Bonz Hart. "How companies manage big data is becoming more complex by the second. Asset-intensive industries are looking for ways to leverage the massive amounts of information being generated from a host of sources including smart assets, sensors and systems. Patti's depth and breadth of experience will help us to articulate how Meridium APM helps our clients analyze and distill this data down to actionable information for driving operational excellence."
Ms. Foye has held executive roles with technology organizations ranging from large publicly traded global companies to privately held small and mid-sized companies, including: Core Security, Progress Software, MRO Software(acquired by IBM in 2006),QAD, Marcam and Digital Equipment Corporation (acquired by Compaq in 1998 and now part of Hewlett Packard).
"Seeing the value Meridium APM is delivering to its Global Fortune 500 clients, I am excited at the prospect of applying my experience to help Meridium further its strategy and growth," says Ms. Foye.
Ms. Foye graduated from the University of Lowell, Lowell, MA (currently the University of Massachusetts at Lowell) and has served on several non-profit boards.
Meridium was founded in 1993 to help asset-intensive companies improve the health and performance of their assets, and pioneered the vision, software and technology to help them achieve this with the introduction of Asset Performance Management (APM). Today, Meridium serves over 170 market-leading companies in seven different languages with over 1,000 licensed sites in more than 70 countries globally. www.meridium.com
SOURCE Meridium Inc.