Wallingford Software expands further in North America

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Wallingford Software, Inc.

Following its launch in October 2001, Wallingford Software Inc. announced two new U.S. offices in South Carolina and California as part of the stated strategy of extending the coverage of Wallingford Software Inc. in North America. The company has also recruited key additions to their business development team to head up the new offices.

Tom Davies, president of Wallingford Software, Inc. said, "With the opening of these new offices our development plan for North America is right on schedule, and we expand the geographic area from which we can build relationships with local clients. At the same time, we gain two excellent new team members, both of whom have extensive knowledge of our market and its requirements from their years of experience with one of our competitors."

The new South Carolina office will be headed up by John Hoynacki, who brings 15 years’ experience of sales, marketing, and engineering in the water and pipeline industries. With a Civil Engineering degree and an MBA, he has worked for the last five years in the Environmental Services sector in the Carolinas and Tennessee, selling to municipal and engineering clients. Previously, John spent ten years working in a range of roles in operations management, field engineering, and construction in the pipeline industry.

Scott Fales is responsible for the new California office in San Jose. Scott is a registered professional engineer with over twelve years’ experience in both the public and private engineering sectors. He has been involved in all levels of planning, funding, design, and construction management for a variety of public works projects. Most recently, Scott served as a business development manager in the Environmental Services sector, and was responsible for implementing flow monitoring, inflow/infiltration control, sewer diagnostic, and program management projects in northern California and Nevada.

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