Air traffic simulator specialist Micro Nav appoints new chief operating officer

Bournemouth Echo: Stephen Williams Stephen Williams

AIR traffic simulator specialist Micro Nav has appointed a new chief operating officer.

Stephen Williams, pictured, joins the Bournemouth-based company from Cobham, where he was director of the air traffic control business.

He started out in software development and has worked in marketing, programme management, operations management, operations management, business transformation and general management.

Mr Williams brings with him experience gained in the UK, Europe, Asia and the USA.

He said: “Customer requirements are constantly evolving and businesses need to evolve to meet them in order to continue being successful.

“Micro Nav recognises this and I look forward to using my experience in leading change to create value for both our customers and Micro Nav.”

Mike Male, managing director of Micro Nav and one of its founders, said: “We are all very excited to have Stephen on board. His experience and skill set will support the company’s continued growth and manage the development of our operational processes to ensure a smooth transition into our next expansion phase.”

Micro Nav provides air traffic simulation and training systems in more than 25 countries.

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10:04am Thu 13 Feb 14

uponthevoid says...

Just because a company makes a press release doesn't mean it's automatically news worthy or remotely interesting.
Just because a company makes a press release doesn't mean it's automatically news worthy or remotely interesting. uponthevoid

10:40pm Thu 13 Feb 14

Former MEXE apprentice says...

uponthevoid wrote:
Just because a company makes a press release doesn't mean it's automatically news worthy or remotely interesting.
This is a high tech company doing something really useful, so certainly more interesting and newsworthy than the press releases announced recently by estate agents and law firms operating in the spiv economy!
[quote][p][bold]uponthevoid[/bold] wrote: Just because a company makes a press release doesn't mean it's automatically news worthy or remotely interesting.[/p][/quote]This is a high tech company doing something really useful, so certainly more interesting and newsworthy than the press releases announced recently by estate agents and law firms operating in the spiv economy! Former MEXE apprentice

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