Kevin is an excellent choice... Many of the conferences I've attended
have been technical.... Kevin was the man at the podium... And since
Kevin is in marketing and a qualified material scientist would you
please ask him to give names to materials that we can relate to!
What's VeriForm? I seen it at RP&M '97. It's beautiful! Great
surface, pure white. But, what the heck is it? DTM's best kept
secret! Is it unvailing time?
Jim Williams, CEO
Paramount Industries, Inc.
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Subject: On upgrades and Henry Ford.......
Author: firstname.lastname@example.org at INTERNET
Date: 5/22/97 2:45 PM
1. DTM Corporation does not consider the market to be saturated. We
continue to search for new materials and applications, as well as new
customers who can benefit from those applications.
2. One should not assume that because our "best process engineer" is
now head of Marketing, that he will be absent from the product
development process, or that you can "kiss development goodbye". As
my colleague, Mr. Krause, pointed out, the idea is to carry out our
development work with greater effectiveness. Dr. McAlea, whose new
responsibilities also include Business Development, is the ideal
candidate for this task because of his ability to consider customer
needs, market demand, and technical issues. Further, our material
development efforts remain in very competent hands.
3. We realize that customers want colors other than black, as Mr.
Ford discovered some time ago. It is for this exact reason that this
move has been made. We are confident that we will be able to provide
even more versatility, productivity, and service as a result.
4. This is not an official statement. This is merely an unauthorized
attempt by me to clarify what seems to be some misinterpretation of
the situation, and to score some Brownie Points with our Materials
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