iSYSTEM enlarges Sales Forces

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As account manager for Continental Stephan Büchner has accepted a new challenge in the iSYSTEM sales force. He is in the team since October this year.

iSYSTEM, an international manufacturer and supplier of embedded development and test tools, has successfully extended its customer base from automotive market to markets like avionic and medical engineering in the last years. With the assignment of Stephan Büchner iSYSTEM enforces the support of the Central Europe market and enlarges its presence in most important local and vertical markets. Customers get direct services and an improved technical support. Based on that iSYSTEM's success story will expand further with a diversified customer base.

"In the last years iSYSTEM has created customer oriented and flexible solutions based on the strategy of connectivity during the complete development and test process of embedded systems. Now it's time to expand this technologic leadership and to offer customers a continuous system integrated in the complete development process", emphasizes Stephan Büchner. "With the assignment at iSYSTEM I can contribute my long lasting know-how in embedded markets and increase iSYSTEM's market penetration and turnover."

The 41-years-old graduated electrical engineer has acquired experience with development tools for complex and safety critical technical systems at Artisan Software Tools (nowadays Atego Systems), The MathWorks, National Instruments and Hitex. The focus group consisted of multidisciplinary and distributed development teams, who had to garantuee product quality and project time lines from requirement analysis by modelling and simulation to implementation and test.
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