For Immediate Release
Contact: Alexandria Trusov
Bridgman, Michigan, September 23, 2019 – B&L Information Systems, global leader in ERP for metalcasters, is proud to announce staff additions in two departments as well as a department promotion.
Joshua Scott has joined the Technology & Support Department as Systems Engineer and will focus on technology related support inquiries along with helping in the maintenance of the B&L Cloud software and services. Josh has extensive experience supporting the intersection of hardware and software needs. Early in his career, he also worked in die cast manufacturing. Josh holds an AAS in Informational Technology from ITT Technical Institute in Grand Rapids.
Don Milham has joined the Research & Development Department as Software Development Engineer; he will be focused on supporting the mobile development of Odyssey. Don has been a software engineer for more than 15 years and is listed on two patents as part of his coding work. He studied Computer Science at Utah Valley University and Electrical Engineering at Brigham Young University-Idaho.
Austin Brown has been promoted to Software Development Engineer Team Lead. Austin will be leading up the User Interface Team where he will be focused on helping the grow and develop Odyssey’s browser-based User Interface. Austin joined the Research & Development Department in May 2017 as Software Development Engineer.
“We remain focused on expanding B&L’s workforce in ways that strengthen the technical creativity and unparalleled support we provide to our metalcasting customers,” noted Debbie Wishart, Human Resources, B&L Information Systems. “Although B&L has a global customer base, Joshua and Don are great examples of finding the right skill within the local Michigan talent market. As B&L expands our corporate footprint, B&L is ready to bring in the needed talent to support our customers while offering our employees a path to career growth.”
About B&L Information Systems
B&L Information Systems is a global leader in providing integrated enterprise resource planning (ERP) for metalcasters. Since 1976, B&L has used their deep understanding of the specific challenges and problems of foundries and die casters to create an ERP solution which matches the way metalcasters operate, making it easier to learn and use. With Odyssey, metalcasters will maximize their resources, minimize costs, and make better decisions faster. For more information, visit www.BLInfo.com.