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People and Processes, Inc appoints Reliability Solutions Advisor

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People and Processes, Inc appoints Reliability Solutions Advisor

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People and Processes, Inc (http://www.PeopleandProcesses.com) announced today that Jerry Simpson has joined the firm to assist in consulting and educational delivery activities for their clients.  Jerry Simpson comes with a wealth of experience in the Maintenance and Reliability fields, having worked previously for CB & I, ArcelorMittal USA, and ArcelorMittal in corporate and site roles with training and maintenance supervision. Jerry joins People and Processes as the company begins the integration of the Uptime Elements framework licensed from ReliabilityWeb.com into their educational offerings.
Jerry comments “I have been eager to return to an educational delivery role since leaving ArcelorMittal. Working with the team, I look forward to assisting in the continued development and delivery of the company’s already extensive consulting services and education suite. People and Processes is a strong and respected company that prides itself on integrity and helping their clients become successful in the Maintenance and Reliability Best Practices.”
Jeff Shiver, Managing Principal said “Jerry’s knowledge and experiences will serve him well on the People and Processes’ team.  With increased client demand, we have been seeking the right person for an addition to our team that matched our spirit and corporate values.  Jerry joining the team is one more indicator of our focus on continuing to be a leading organization in the field of Maintenance and Reliability Best Practices. I look forward to Jerry working with our current and future clients to help them become even more successful
About People and Processes, Inc.
People and Processes, Inc. is a consulting and education services firm focused on helping people and organizations succeed in the Maintenance and Reliability Best Practices.  The company works in all verticals to include facilities, manufacturing, mining, municipal government, oil and gas, universities, and water as examples.  Offerings include CMMS/EAM implementation, assessment and benchmarking, work execution management, storerooms, and RCM2 as a network member of The Aladon Network.  Partnerships include The Reliability and Maintainability Center at the University of Tennessee and the RAMS Center at the University of North Florida.
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Tammi Pickett, Marketing and Business Development

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