Savigent Software has announced that Kevin Totherow is joining its team as a Sales Director. In this role Totherow will be responsible for managing new client and prospect relationships and consulting on needs assessments, solution architecture, technology deployment, training, knowledge transfer and ongoing support.
Totherow, who earned his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Clemson University, has an extensive background in manufacturing operations management, working with manufacturers of all sizes, from startups to Fortune 500 companies. He is experienced at helping clients transform operations management – introducing solutions, understanding perspectives, building consensus, ensuring financial backing and keeping focus on the results.
“Kevin is a proven sales executive with a talent for growing business by delivering innovative solutions,” says David Wicker, President and CEO of Savigent Software. “He is passionate about improving manufacturing operations management and helping companies compete and win in the global marketplace.”
Totherow recently left Schneider Electric where he was the Key Account Manager for food and beverage industry accounts, working with global strategic accounts. He is the author of several articles on automation systems, manufacturing operations management, production energy optimization and is a contributor of multiple sections in the Instrument Engineer’s Handbook published by CRC Press. Totherow previously served on the Board of Directors of MESA International in 2013 and 2014.
“I am very excited to be joining the Savigent team,” says Totherow. “We are focused on software solutions, using workflow, that help manufacturers see their production and problems in real-time, improving their operations efficiency and saving energy, time and costs. Our solutions bind existing systems together to make a much stronger operations management platform, enabled for the IOT.”
About Savigent Software
Savigent Software is a leading provider of event-driven manufacturing operations management software. The company has served manufacturers in a variety of industries including automotive, semiconductor, contract manufacturing, industrial, specialty chemical, food and beverage, energy, consumer packaged goods, plastics and glass, and aerospace and defense. Customers served by Savigent Software are seeking increased efficiencies, agile control of manufacturing assets, and improved process control and product quality. The company also serves OEMs and independent software vendors by providing value-added software solutions for their products. Its Savigent suite of products provides solutions for workflow automation, manufacturing intelligence and systems integration. For more information, visit www.savigent.com.