HOUSTON, March 31, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Cameron (NYSE:CAM) announced today that Justin Rounce has assumed the newly created position of Vice President, Marketing and Chief Technology Officer (CTO), effective March 23, 2015.
In his new role Rounce is responsible for Strategic Marketing, Communications and all aspects of Research and Development, will lead the company's Technology Innovation program and will coordinate the advancement of customer-focused product development across Cameron's operating segments. He reports directly to Jack Moore, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Cameron.
Rounce joins Cameron from the OneSubsea joint venture, where he was Vice President of Marketing and Technology. Before joining OneSubsea, he was Vice President & Director, Mergers and Acquisitions at Schlumberger, and led the Schlumberger team in the creation of OneSubsea. Rounce's career with Schlumberger spanned more than 27 years, working in multiple business segments and in a number of global leadership roles.
Cameron Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Jack Moore said, "Having worked with Justin throughout the creation of OneSubsea, we were delighted when he joined the joint venture to head our Marketing and Technology program. We are excited that Justin will now bring that proven leadership into Cameron. Technology is central to everything we do and with his experience, guidance and leadership we are confident we will continue to push the boundaries of innovation."
Cameron is a leading provider of flow equipment products, systems and services to worldwide oil and gas industries. For more information, visit www.c-a-m.com.
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