Today I’m pleased to announce some exciting news – Intergraph PPM has officially rebranded to Hexagon PPM. Why? For many reasons, but chiefly, to more closely align with the strengths and synergies of our parent company, Hexagon AB, a leading global provider of information technology solutions.
Our mission remains the same… to provide solutions that help our customers visualize, create and manage facilities across the industrial landscape. We are committed to providing our customers with safe, immediate access to data throughout the life cycle of every project and asset.
We understand the importance of transitioning from what is – a status quo of unstructured data and siloed information from disparate systems – to what should be— a digital reality of organized, accessible information, resulting in structures and facilities that operate safely and efficiently throughout their entire life cycle.
As we continue to expand our portfolio into areas outside our core markets, including project controls, and the construction/AEC market, it’s important that our new name represent both our legacy and our future, rather than simply describe the industries we currently serve. And, because the Intergraph name commands such recognition and respect for its history, we will continue to proudly support this brand on Hexagon PPM products.
Our name may be changing, but our resolve is the same. We will continue to play a leading role in the effort to solve the challenges our world is facing by delivering information technologies that fuel possibility. We thank you for your support and look forward to a bright future as Hexagon PPM.
About the author:
Hexagon PPM President Mattias Stenberg Mattias is responsible for the global strategic direction and overall business development of the division. He has served in key business roles since joining Hexagon in 2009 – primary responsibilities included mergers and acquisitions, investor relations, strategic planning and corporate development –and held the title of Chief Strategy Officer prior to joining PPM.
Stenberg has an MBA in economics from Linköping University and a degree in computer sciences from Stockholm University, both in Sweden.
He previously worked in investor relations and corporate development for Stockholm-based Autoliv, the world’s largest automotive safety supplier with operations in 27 countries and sales to the leading car manufacturers in the world. He also has business development and finance experience while working for Teleca, a software provider in the mobile phone industry.