LAKE MARY, Fla. , Sept. 23, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- FARO ® Technologies, Inc . (Nasdaq: FARO), a global leader in 4D digital reality solutions, today announced the appointment of Patrick Bohle to the position of President, Building Insights.
FARO's strategy to enable the digitalization of the world's physical assets includes the development of software applications to increase the value customers realize from FARO's broad set of 3D capture tools. To ensure the focus needed for success, Patrick Bohle and his team will be singularly focused on the identification, creation and deployment of software targeted at generating customer insights from 4D digital reality capture.
FARO will initially target applications in Facilities Management as well as the $7 trillion Construction market, of which approximately 10% is spent on waste. Improving customers' workflows to leverage 4D virtual models can reduce waste and dramatically improve customers' productivity, predictability, and profitability, thereby enabling strong growth and long-term financial performance at FARO.
"As we enter the next phase of FARO's transformation, I'm pleased to have Pat, a senior executive with extensive experience, leading our SaaS business which is focused on the Architectural, Construction, Engineering and Operations (AECO) market," stated Michael Burger , FARO's President and Chief Executive Officer.
"I'm excited by the opportunity to leverage FARO's leadership position in 3D hardware to improve customer insights and generate value from 4D models," said Patrick Bohle , President, Building Insights. "FARO has the foundational technology to offer the broadest set of capabilities that will drive long-term demand for both FARO hardware and software as we integrate virtualized management and collaboration into customer workflows in the building lifecycle management market," concluded Bohle.About FARO
FARO serves the AEC, O&M (Facility Operations & Maintenance), 3D Metrology, and Public Safety Analytics markets. For over 40 years, FARO has provided industry-leading technology solutions that enable customers to digitize their world and use that data to make smarter decisions faster. FARO continues to be a pioneer in bridging the digital and physical worlds through data-driven accuracy, precision, and immediacy. For more information, visit FARO.com .
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