Tuesday, January 15, 2013

I-Cubed Appoints Two New Business Directors

CED Member I-Cubed has appointed two new business directors to assist with the company’s growth and expansion into new markets, according to a statement released today by the company.

Darin Sensabaugh has joined I-Cubed as the Director of Migration Services and Curtis Hamilton has joined as the Director of Business Development.

Darin Sensabaugh came to I-Cubed with over 20 years of experience implementing application and technology improvements. Considered one of the top experts in the country on PLM, PTC Windchill software and data migration, Sensabaugh will be working directly with Mark Winnie, VP of Migration Services, to manage and support the Migrations team’s initiatives.

“As a previous customer, I saw first-hand the dedication of I-Cubed professionals and their drive to ensure that customer expectations are always exceeded,” said Sensabaugh. “The CAD/PLM community is buzzing on the great things happening at I-Cubed and I couldn’t wait to be a part of it.”

Curtis Hamilton joined I-Cubed after working at Cisco Systems, where he spent over 10 years in sales, management and operations. Hamilton will be working with the VP of Business Development, Tony Pease, to manage active accounts, develop customer relationships and implement sales strategies.

“The growth potential of I-Cubed is substantial but the main reason I joined I-Cubed was for the passion of the people working here, from the Office Manager to the CEO,” said Hamilton. “It is obvious that everyone here loves what they do and they care deeply about the success of I-Cubed and I-Cubed’s customers.”

I-Cubed has recently hired a new CFO, Doug Driver, a former Wells Fargo executive, along with more than 45 new employees in 2012, according to an earlier CED report and interview with Donald A. Thompson, president and CEO of I-Cubed.

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