Domin named as MicroMax Director
Chris Domin appointed to new position of Technical Director
Canton, MI, U.S.A., February 12, 2007 -- MicroMax, Inc., is pleased to announce that Mr. Chris Domin has agreed to join the company in the newly-created position of Technical Director.
Mike McCormack, MicroMax's CEO, welcomed the new addition to the MicroMax team: "Chris is experienced in analyzing marketing and verbatim data representing the voice of the customer; and planning a robust program for fulfilling customers' latent needs. His focus on defining and selecting the best designs through team exploration of alternatives has proven successful in finding the optimum balance between requirements, budget, dependencies, and constraints. In addition, his metrics-driven methods identify wasteful practices and streamline the development processes."
Adds Rachel McCormack, MicroMax's president, "Chris's proven expertise in business process development, technology and product development, embedded software development, validation and verification methods, and communication skills and group facilitation, will help consolidate MicroMax's reputation for excellence in the automotive embedded software industry. We look forward to a successful future with Chris on our team."
About MicroMax, Inc.
Based in Canton, Michigan, and founded in 1997, MicroMax, Inc., delivers software development, testing, training, process assessment, and supplementary staffing services, with a strong focus on real-time embedded systems. MicroMaxSM also offers its own unique and revolutionary proprietary software development tool, MxVDevTM.
For additional information on MicroMax and the services and products that it offers, visit MicroMax’ website at www.mrmx.com or call (734) 354-0400.
About Chris Domin
Chris Domin has over two decades of experience in technical marketing, and managing both R&D and product programs across a broad range of industries. He has applied his systems engineering background to developing components and systems for the telecommunications, aerospace, automotive, and recreational boating markets. He has an even balance of applying management and technical skills. Additionally, he has strong training skills and implementation experience in formal organizational processes.
He has lectured internationally to automotive software developers on validation and verification practices and has been recognized in the workplace as a subject matter expert in product development.
Chris's interests are in helping entrepreneurial-style companies to maximize their strengths. He earned a BS in electrical engineering from Michigan State University.