May 26, 2016

Industrial 3D printer manufacturer Stratasys today named IBM veteran Tim Bohling as its Chief Marketing Officer. Bohling joins the company’s leadership team and will lead Stratasys worldwide marketing strategies to drive growth and deliver on the company’s value promise to its customers.

Stratasys says Bohling has more than 20 years of international marketing expertise and has helped organizations 'make and shape markets and transition from being product oriented companies to integrated solutions focused companies.'

Prior to Stratasys, Bohling served as Vice President and Head of North America Marketing at HCL Technologies – one of the industry’s leading IT global service providers. At HCL, he was charged with both formulation and execution of a marketing strategy designed to strengthen existing client relationships, fuel new signings, and elevate the HCL brand. Bohling also spent more than 10 years at industry giant IBM, engineering successful digital marketing and demand generation efforts as Vice President of Worldwide Performance Marketing at IBM Global Technology Services and as Vice President of Marketing at IBM Global Technology Services, Growth Markets.

“This is an exciting time to be in the market, and I look forward to helping elevate the Stratasys brand to even greater heights and contributing to the company’s growth and market leadership,” Bohling said.

Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota and Rehovot, Israel, Stratasys has more than 2,700 employees worldwide. Its subsidiaries include MakerBot, Solidscape, parts on-demand service Stratasys Direct Manufacturing, and the Thingiverse and GrabCAD communities.

The company has produced a wide range of high quality 3D printers which come in all shapes and sizes. In April, Stratasys introduced the J750 3D printer, the first full-color, multi-material high-resolution manufacturing machine for almost instantaneous product development.

“Tim is a transformational market leader whose experience fits perfectly into our long-term strategy. A respected voice in the IT industry with a strong track-record, Tim will play a critical role as we accelerate Stratasys’ position as the driving force and dominant player in 3D printing,” said Joshua Claman, Chief Business Officer, Stratasys.



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