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Olis Robotics appoints new chief commercial officer

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Olis Robotics, a robotics software company, has expanded its team by welcoming Tom Boyer as the chief commercial officer.

Mr Boyer has 20 years of experience managing both start-up and large corporate organisations to launch new products and services; delivering over US$100 million in revenues. Most recently, Mr Boyer served as a vice president for Kymeta Corporation. He established Kymeta's US government subsidiary as the company’s first multi-million dollar line of business and was essential in leading the initial technology development and demonstration of Kymeta’s antenna technology.

At Olis Robotics, Mr Boyer will continue his customer oriented approach to direct growth strategies that expand Olis’ platform software product markets and offerings.

Olis Robotics’ CEO Don Pickering said, “Tom’s expertise developing and demonstrating the value of innovative technology will be critical as we accelerate partnership development and launch Olis Robotics’ software platform into new markets.”

Previously, Mr Boyer held programme management and business development lead positions with SAIC, Ravenwing (acquired by Boeing) and BAE Systems. Mr Boyer earned a BSc in Electrical Engineering from the Virginia Military Institute and his MBA from The George Washington University.

Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/special-reports/02052019/olis-robotics-accelerates-growth-in-offshore-commercial-space-and-terrestrial-markets-with-new-hire/

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