SpaceClaim has a world-class team of prominent executives with unrivaled experience in bringing 3D modeling software to market.
Daniel Dean, Senior Vice President of Research and Development
Dean leads SpaceClaim’s team of world-class engineers dedicated to new
technical innovation in 3D mechanical design. Dean is responsible for
all aspects of SpaceClaim product development, including research,
product definition, development, quality assurance, documentation, and
release. Previously, Dean was a co-founder of PTC, where he pioneered
parametric feature-based solid modeling, a technology that has formed
the basis of all major 3D CAD systems. As Vice President of Mechanical
Applications at PTC, Dean led the team responsible for developing the
data model, architecture, and functional logic of all end-user
deliverables across multiple product lines, from parts and assemblies to
manufacturing, sketching, and cabling. Prior to joining PTC, Dean was
introduced to 3D CAD/CAM as a software engineer at Applicon. Dean holds a
Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Master’s in
Engineering from Cornell University.
Stig Jensen, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales
Jensen brings more than 25 years of experience in sales
to SpaceClaim. Most recently he was Vice President of International
Sales for the Mathcad Business Unit of Parametric Technology Corporation
(PTC), having held senior sales positions in PTC for four years. While
at PTC he contributed to Mathcad license and service revenue growth
within EMEA of 29% year-over-year and came to PTC as a part of its
acquisition of Mathsoft Engineering & Education, which experienced
over 150% growth in five years prior to being purchased. Prior
experience included sales positions with infrastructure consulting
company Spiritech and Advanced Visual Systems (AVS), where Jensen was
very involved in the merger with Muse Technologies. Jensen started his
sales career with Uniras. He has a Bachelor's degree in Marketing and
Economics from Copenhagen Business School in Denmark.
Rich Moore, Vice President of Business Development
Rich Moore imparts successful executive leadership, including CAD/CAM and CAE sales expertise, to his role as SpaceClaim’s Vice President of Business Development. Prior to joining SpaceClaim, Moore was President and CEO of IDe, Product Portfolio Management. Previously, as Vice President and General Manager of the Americas for Computervision Corporation, Moore helped increase the CAD/CAM company’s revenue by 50 percent, leading to its acquisition by PTC. Earlier, at MSC Software Corp., Moore helped the publicly traded company achieve a 35 percent market share in the competitive CAE market segment. He has also held senior management posts at Alias Research and Aries Technology and served on the board of MIT’s Center for Innovation in Product Development and as Vice Chair of the Product Development Management Association Supplier Advisory Council. Moore earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Lindenwood University.
Steve Costello, Vice President of Sales, Americas
Steve Costello joins SpaceClaim with more than 20 years experience in sales and sales leadership for technology companies. He is responsible for all North American SpaceClaim sales, including direct and indirect channels. Costello has held senior-level sales positions in both large and small companies, including DigitalGlobe, BAE Systems, and Z Corporation. He was most recently Director of Sales for DigitalGlobe, where he led the America's enterprise sales team. Costello holds a Bachelor's degree from Babson College and a Master's degree from Bentley College.
Frank DeSimone, Vice President of Software Development
Frank DeSimone draws on his extensive strategic and technical experience to oversee the design and production of SpaceClaim's product line, working directly with the development team as they continually enhance the software. Prior, DeSimone was SpaceClaim's Director of Product Definition, a position he held upon joining the Company at its founding in 2006. DeSimone previously held product management and design positions at PTC (Parametric Technology Corporation), including playing an integral role in the development of PTC's Wildfire user interface, and becoming a strong proponent of creating software that is easy to use and intuitive. DeSimone earlier held positions at Boston Digital, designing castings and sheet metal for milling machines. He holds Bachelor degrees from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Mechanical Engineering, with a Design concentration, and in Literature, with a Russian concentration.