“Brooks brings the right combination of manufacturing experience, leadership with startups, and product management necessary to drive the rapidly accelerating growth of Mtell” said Paul Rahilly, Chief Executive Officer.
San Diego (PRWEB) August 30, 2013
Mtell, a leading asset health monitoring software company, recently named Michael Brooks President and Chief Operating Officer. In this new role, Brooks is responsible for advancing Mtell’s growth phase and leading the vertical expansion of the brand. Brooks joins Mtell with over 25 years of management experience with Chevron, Exxon, and startup companies in process operations, planning and scheduling, control systems, and IT systems.
Companies led by Brooks have provided breakthrough manufacturing operations products. Before joining Mtell, Brooks invented a manufacturing operations solution and founded INDX Software to commercialize the product; later acquired by Siemens. He also served as Director of Products and Technology at Wonderware and other ventures in Control Systems and Process Information Management products.
“Brooks brings the right combination of manufacturing experience, leadership with startups, and product management necessary to drive the rapidly accelerating growth of Mtell” said Paul Rahilly, Chief Executive Officer. “His background in leading early-stage technology companies makes him an excellent fit for our team.”
Brooks received his B.Sc. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Bradford, UK, and has served on over a dozen commercial boards.
Founded in 2006, Mtell is a privately held company providing software solutions for managing the health of industrial equipment. Making machines smart, Mtell plays an important role in developing the Industrial Internet. In addition to reducing risk to people safety, and the environment, Mtell is a significant contributor to equipment performance and profitability. Solutions are deployed globally in the oil and gas, mining, pharmaceutical, and wastewater industries. For more information, visit us online at http://www.mtell.com.