MUNICH, Germany, Nov 29, 2017 – ALLPLAN, a European provider of solutions for building information modeling (BIM), announced as part of their plans to internationalise further and add increased experience and expertise to their engineering, architectural and BIM portfolios the appointment of Kevin Lea, senior vice president product management and Joffrey Spinetti, senior vice president global sales. They both directly report to the managing director of ALLPLAN Richard Brotherton.
Kevin Lea has more than 20 years of experience in product management and business development for the international construction industry with a successful record in bringing products to market throughout the world. Before being named senior vice president at ALLPLAN, Kevin Lea was the managing director of ALLPLAN UK. He holds a degree in Civil and Structural Engineering from the University of Coventry.
Joffrey Spinetti brings almost two decades of highly successful sales leadership from the CAD engineering and construction software industry. He will be responsible for the sales strategy and the development of international sales growth at ALLPLAN. Spinetti most recently served in a senior sales management role for an engineering company covering Central, Eastern and Southern Europe. He attended the University of Lille, France, and earned a degree in Industrial Computing.
“The opportunity ALLPLAN has to lead our customers into the digital age is incredible. With our new colleagues, their rich set of experiences and substantial expertise we are able to accelerate our innovation even further and lead our sales to the next level. Our recent opening of our UK office and international success is further proving that the wider international market is looking for BIM solutions that bring real value to the engineer and architectural workflows,” says Richard Brotherton, managing director at ALLPLAN.”
Allplan is a leading European vendor of BIM (building information modeling) solutions for architects, civil engineers, construction companies and facility managers. As a strong subsidiary of Nemetschek Group in Munich, they offer their customers innovative tools for the planning and realization of demanding architectural and engineering projects and ensure that everyone involved in a project can work together smoothly across disciplines. Their solutions are used by more than 190,000 users in 20 languages. More than 400 employees in eight countries continue to write their success story. Their high-quality standards and motivation unite us. As a member of the Open BIM Initiative, Allplan supports the IFC standard. They, therefore, help to facilitate the integrated design, construction and management of buildings.
For more information, visit www.allplan.com.