Concurrent Technologies Corp. has moved to build up its customer services and core offerings by introducing a new operating structure and business approach.
Ed Sheehan, president and CEO of CTC, said Monday the nonprofit organization has formed the engineering, technology and services groups in an effort to sustain business relationships with customers and partners.
Jerry Hudson will lead the engineering group as senior vice president and oversee work in research, design and development, testing, integration and systems implementation.
George Appley has also been appointed SVP of the technology group and will be responsible for cross-domain services, software development, high performance computing, cyber, cloud, augmented reality and mobile applications.
As services group, VP David Schario will oversee CTC’ programs for human performance systems, technologies and recovery methodologies.
CTC will continue its research in additive manufacturing, energy, cloud and immersive environments and that work is led by Chief Technical Officer Vicki Barbur.