MaxGrip has appointed Mark Mulder in the role of Chief Technology Officer (CTO). The new role will strengthen the independent consultancy services portfolio and further expand MaxGrip’s strategic partnerships. Mark Mulder is a Senior Partner of MaxGrip and has previously held the position of VP Oil & Gas within the global consultancy firm. With Mark Mulder as CTO MaxGrip takes the next step in offering asset owners around the globe future-forward asset performance solutions.

Mark has been with MaxGrip for almost fifteen years. He is excited about the new opportunities his role will bring the company: “I look forward to boosting MaxGrip’s innovative power to accelerate the development of our asset performance solutions. Asset owners feel the increasing pressure of Digital Transformation. With almost 25 years of practice leadership, I believe that MaxGrip should and can play a pivotal role in helping asset-intensive companies with that.”

Independent and in partnership

MaxGrip will further enhance the company’s independent offerings but will also work further on offering solutions together with partners. Mark: “Our Asset Improvement Program is a strong asset performance approach that helps to build a customized, realistic business case and roadmap, depending on the business challenges and context. Additionally, we want to work more intensively together with technology partners where we can add our practice leadership in providing scalable services for the deployment of asset management software and solutions.

Smart and ambitious people

The CTO’s focus of translating the market’s needs to future-forward asset performance solutions will also position MaxGrip more firmly as an employer of choice. “As a consultancy firm, the knowledge and experience of our consultants are key. Although MaxGrip already has a culture of entrepreneurship and inventive practice leadership, I expect that the acceleration of our Industry 4.0 APM solutions will promote personal development within MaxGrippers as well as attract smart and ambitious people to our company.”

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