Newforma Appoints New VP of UK Sales & Ops

Newforma, a leader in Project Information Management (PIM) software for architects, engineers, contractors, and owners (AECO) worldwide, appoints Rob Stephen to Vice President, UK Sales and Operations.

Rob joined Newforma in March 2010 and has been an integral figure in managing the experience of United Kingdom customers and supporting the growth of operations across the region. Rob has more than thirty years of experience working in the AEC industry. In his new role, Rob will oversee business development and operational efforts for the United Kingdom. Currently, 9 of the top 10 AJ100 Firms in the United Kingdom, 186 of the ENR Top 500 Design Firms worldwide, and 71 of the Top 100 Architecture Firms worldwide use Newforma Project Center.

“Rob has proven to be a leader with a steady hand with well-thought-out plans of execution,” said Brock Philp, CEO, Newforma. “His commitment to customer success will enable further growth in the region.”

Before working at Newforma, Rob held positions as a 3D Modeler and CAD Manager for architectural practices in London. This experience set the stage for subsequent roles at Newforma to advise leading architectural, engineering, and construction companies on how to work more efficiently through the strategic application of project information management (PIM) systems and processes.

About Newforma
Newforma’s Project Information Management (PIM) software enables architects, engineers, contractors, and owners to reduce time spent on administrative tasks, streamline project workflows, and power real-time collaboration for project teams. Newforma software has more than 122,000 users in more than 1,200 firms worldwide. For more information,

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