Barry Dyson named vice president and general manager for Invensys Utilities Industry business unit


December 10, 2002 — Invensys Tuesday announced that Barry Dyson has been appointed Vice President and General Manager of its global Utilities Industry business unit within the Production Management division.

In this capacity, Dyson will direct Invensys’ efforts to help the company’s Utilities industry customers around the world to improve business performance and maximize return on automation investment.

Dyson joins Invensys from Deloitte Consulting, where as a partner, he co-led the power generation practice, providing thought leadership, strategies, and infrastructure approaches to improve customer energy business performance. Prior to Deloitte, Dyson was an associate partner with Andersen Consulting responsible for developing business strategy, processes, and information technology for their North American Power Generation Practice.

Before joining Andersen, he held managerial positions at two UK-based Utility companies: National Power/Innogy and the Central Electricity Generating Board.

“I am delighted to have a senior executive with such extensive experience in the power industry join our team,” said Mike Caliel, President, Invensys Process Systems Operations for North America, Europe, Middle East, and Africa. “Barry brings the precise mix of skills and talent to the job that we have been looking for. This includes in-depth industry knowledge, high-level consulting skills, and real-world experience as a customer.”

ABOUT INVENSYS
Invensys plc is a global provider of production technology and energy management. The group helps customers improve their performance and profitability using innovative services and technologies and a deep understanding of their industries and applications. Invensys’ Production Management works closely with customers in order to drive up performance of their production assets, maximize their return on investments in production technologies and remove cost and cash from their whole supply chain.

The division includes APV, Avantis, Baan, Eurotherm, Foxboro, SIMSCI/Esscor, Triconex and Wonderware. These businesses address process and batch industries — including the oil, gas and chemicals, food, beverage and personal health care — and the discrete and hybrid manufacturing sectors. Invensys operates in more than 80 countries, with its headquarters in London. For more information, visit www.invensys.com.

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