Phoenix Integration Appoints Automotive Market, Global Strategic Business Leader

January 9, 2019


Olivier Morisot joins Phoenix Integration to lead its Strategic Business Development initiatives for the Automotive industry worldwide.

BLACKSBURG VA – Phoenix Integration, developer of ModelCenter, the leading framework to enable implementation of Model-Based Engineering and Model-Based Systems Engineering, announces the appointment of Olivier Morisot as Global Lead, Strategic Business Development, for the automotive industry.  Mr. Morisot will be based in Novi, Michigan and also be responsible for management the US Mid-West Territory.

Mr. Morisot holds a degree in mechanical engineering from the Ecole Centrale de Nantes (France).  He began his career in 1995 with ESI Group as an application engineer.  Since then he has held a variety of roles, including business development engineer, sales engineer, account manager and director of marketing as he progressed through the ranks, culminating in his role as director of sales at ESI North America. 

 “We are very excited to have Olivier join our team to lead our global business development efforts for the automotive industry, including the sales management of the US Mid-West Territory. The breadth and depth of his experience brings a wealth of knowledge to our team and will enable Phoenix to bring significant value to our customers and further our success in the global Automotive industry.” said Jane Trenaman, Chief Executive Officer for Phoenix Integration.

About Phoenix Integration

Phoenix Integration’s ModelCenter® is the environment for Model Based Engineering. ModelCenter® is a vendor-neutral software framework for creating and automating multi-tool workflows, optimizing product designs, and enabling Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE). It is used by leading organizations worldwide to reduce development costs, improve engineering efficiency, stimulate innovation, and design more competitive products. Successful applications can be found in multiple industries, including aerospace, automotive, defense, electronics, energy, heavy industry, and shipbuilding.

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