Bentley Systems Appoints Michael Campbell as Chief Product Officer

EXTON, Pennsylvania–( BUSINESS WIRE )–Bentley Systems, Incorporated (Nasdaq:BSY), infrastructure engineering software provider, today announced the appointment of Michael Campbell as Product manager. He will lead more than 1,500 colleagues within the Product Advancement group. Michael Campbell Joins Bentley from engineering software leader PTC Inc. (Nasdaq: PTC), where he spent his entire career after graduating from Boston University in mechanical engineering in 1995. At PTC, he was Chief product manager for the company’s consumer design applications and responsible for its IoT acquisitions, and he most recently served as executive vice president and general manager for its augmented reality offerings. Michael Campbell will be responsible for setting Bentley’s product strategy and managing the product development stage to advance the company’s leadership in infrastructure engineering software.

“Bentley will benefit from Mike’s proven experience in software innovation at PTC as well as his unique vision for evolving engineering software applications to integrate cloud services,” said Nicolas Cumin. “We share the common vision that infrastructure engineering can benefit from the advances of the digital shift in terms of engineering products, for example the exploitation of digital twins and the industrialization of digital workflows. »

Extensive management responsibilities

Following its 2020 IPO, after 36 years, Bentley Systems plans to continue its retirements smoothly, increasing opportunities for meaningful internal promotions.

James Lawton has been appointed Digital Director , a newly created position. He joined Bentley following the acquisition of geoscience software maker Seequent in 2021. He will lead Bentley’s digital experience strategy and IT organization, shaping and delivering a seamless user and associate experience across Bentley. digital contacts.

After six years as Chief Information Officer, Claire Rutkowski is now Senior Vice President , CIO Champion , cutting-edge solutions and advocacy for engineering companies, which contribute just over half of Bentley’s annual recurring revenue. Claire Rutkowski joined Bentley in 2016 after serving as CIO at large infrastructure engineering firm Stantec/MWH.

Suzanne Little has been promoted to the newly created position of Responsible for the success of colleagues , while Florence Zheng, Chief Talent Officer, became an organizational succession advisor to Bentley’s board of directors. Suzanne Little will lead Bentley’s global HR functions and teams and be responsible for improving the overall co-worker experience. Previously, as Vice President of Talent, Suzanne Little led global talent operations, including talent acquisition and management, rewards, talent systems and analytics.

About Bentley Systems

Bentley Systems (Nasdaq: BSY) is the infrastructure engineering software company. We provide innovative software to advance global infrastructure – supporting both the global economy and the environment. Our state-of-the-art software solutions are used by professionals and organizations of all sizes for the design, construction and operation of roads and bridges, railways and transportation, water and wastewater networks, public works and utilities, buildings and campuses, mines. and industrial facilities. Our offers include MicroStation – applications based on modeling and simulation, ProjectWisefor the delivery of the project, AssetWise for asset and network performance, Seequent’s industry-leading geoscience software portfolio and the iTwin platform for infrastructure digital twins. Bentley Systems employs more than 4,500 colleagues and has annual sales of approximately $1 billion in 186 countries.

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