Cyon Research Adds Senior Analyst
Cyon Research Adds Senior Analyst
Automotive Industry Veteran Phares Noel joins Engineering Software Consultancy

Bethesda, MD October 14 2008 -- Cyon Research Corporation, a leading provider of analysis and consulting for engineering technology markets, today announced that Phares Noel has joined its team of experts on business and technology issues as a senior analyst.

Noel has more than three decades of experience as an engineering executive in the field of manufacturing and information technology, having managed both domestic and international manufacturing facilities. He has worked at Daimler Chrysler and General Motors, where he implemented innovative and technically challenging manufacturing solutions for manufacturing and engineering. Most recently, Noel was Senior Manager for Advance Manufacturing Engineering for Chrysler LLC.

Cyon Research has long been one of the leading consulting firms in engineering and manufacturing automation. Mr. Noel joins a group of the leading industry consultants, further strengthening the firm’s base of knowledge and experience in manufacturing, particularly in the automotive industry.

“We are very excited to have Phares on our team,” says Cyon Research CEO and president Brad Holtz. “His vast knowledge of manufacturing engineering and information technology will be a great asset as we look into the important issues facing the future of our industry.”


About Cyon Research

Cyon Research Corporation is a provider of analysis and consulting for engineering technology markets. Cyon Research provides key information, research, analysis, and consulting to its clients worldwide. COFES: The Congress on the Future of Engineering Software is Cyon Research's primary event, and explores investments necessary today to take advantage of—and profit from—future technologies.

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Published: Tuesday, October 14, 2008


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