Bristol, 4 February 2019 - The Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS), an independent, not-for-profit specialist in digital engineering capability, has announced its executive chairman, Phill Cartwright, will be stepping down as per his two-year tenure.
Phill, who has held the position on the CFMS Board for a period of two years, will be leaving the organisation to pursue other commitments.
Sam Paice, chief operating office at CFMS, said: “Phill has made a significant contribution to CFMS during his time with the business. We would like to extend our thanks to him for his support over the past two years, especially in helping us develop our strategy and enabling an exciting period of growth. We wish him all the best in his future endeavours.”
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The Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS) is a not-for-profit specialist in digital engineering capability. As a trusted and neutral provider, our vision is to be the recognised, independent, digital test bed for the design of high value engineering products and processes.
Facilitating a greater understanding of how a product will perform throughout its lifecycle, our digital test bed forms the foundation for Through-Life Engineering Services, creating a virtual replica of systems and processes used for investigation of options and opportunities, in advance of physical development.
Through four core service lines and activities, we enable our customers to accelerate design and manufacturing productivity and competitiveness for their products, processes and services;