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CAU2012 Keynote Speakers

   
  Rick Allen, President, Intergraph CAS; Senior Vice President, Intergraph PPM

Rick is Senior Vice President, Intergraph PPM and President, Intergraph CADWorx & Analysis Solutions. As President of ICAS, Rick adds to a twenty-three year history of developing customer success within Intergraph PPM. In his previous roles Rick continually increased customer value by guiding clients through the business and regulatory needs of their markets so that they could better manage their operations and safeguard their infrastructures. Through his vision, he has been able to regularly bring innovative ideas to the table making them a reality, for even the most complicated work processed and engineering systems. For Intergraph CAS Rick will bring this experience to bear, and work to increase the adoption of CADWorx, CAESAR II, PV Elite and TANK globally, and within the Intergraph SmartPlant Enterprise offerings. Rick has vast industry experience and holds a BS in Chemical Engineering, an MS in Petroleum Engineering and holds several patents in Enhanced Oil Recovery methods.

   
Patrick Holcomb, Executive Vice President, Intergraph PPM

Patrick is Executive Vice President of Business Development for Intergraph's PPM division, with responsibility for product marketing, product management, and division alliances. Patrick has a background in the process industry engineering, technology startups, IT strategy, and global software marketing. Prior to working at Intergraph, Patrick was founder and VP Business Development for Industria, securing $34M in initial capital for a procurement and materials management software startup in Silicon Valley. Prior to that, his experience at Accenture in San Francisco was in the arena of IT Strategy and corporate development. Patrick's first job, was with ExxonMobil where he held several roles including maintenance engineer, process engineer, and refinery coordinator. Patrick's education includes a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Washington University in St. Louis and an MBA from the University of Michigan.