Bowman Appoints Standards Manager


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Bowman Chief Technology Officer Jun Choi has announced the appointment of Jeffrey Korpus as Manager of the company’s Standards Business Unit. 

Korpus was formerly a Project Manager and Support Engineer for Bowman with responsibility for new standards design and team management.  He also managed Bowman’s Quality System for ISO17025 and worked with Bowman engineers and programmers on new hardware and software features.  Prior to his career with Bowman, Korpus was Recertification Manager at Calmetrics.

“This is a pivotal time for our industry,” says Korpus.  “New hybrid finishes, and intensifying quality demands such as IPC’s 4552A/B and RoHS, present unique opportunities for an XRF equipment company with a solid standards capability – and the ability to deliver quickly. 

“One of my first priorities has been to establish a Short Order Stock for common standards that we can ship immediately,” he continues.  “I believe that, in a relatively short time, we’ll be able to build on Bowman’s leadership in XRF systems to make the company equally well-recognized for standards.”

 

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