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This profile was last updated on 12/25/07  and contains information from public web pages.

Mr. Crispin Gray

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ARC
 
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Wax info - Directors
www.waxinfo.com, 25 Dec 2007 [cached]
Crispin Gray (Non-Executive Chairman)Mr. Gray, a Computer Science graduate of Trinity College, Cambridge, co - founded ARC (Applied Research of Cambridge), the first departmental spin -out from Cambridge University.Between 1981 and 1989, he was a director of CIS (Cambridge Interactive Systems), which later became the ,Medusa' division of Computervision.In 1985 Mr. Gray became managing director of the ,Medusa', and grew global sales from $20 million to $120 million in 1989.He joined Cadcentre, now known as Aveva plc, in 1989, and was the Chief Executive from 1994 to 1999.He led the Management Buyout in 1994, and listed Cadcentre on the London Stock Exchange in 1996.By the time Mr. Gray retired in 1999, Cadcentre (www.cadcentre.com) had become the world's leading suppliers of computer systems for the design of process and power plants.He became Chairman of WAX info Limited in December 2000.
99060201 PlantSuccess Conference Promotes Technology Investments for Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industries
www.plant-design.com, 31 Mar 1999 [cached]
Management changes after the year end include the retirement in the Autumn of Crispin Gray, Chief Executive, and the immediate appointment of Richard Longdon as Managing Director.
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Crispin Gray will retire as a Director and Chief Executive of Cadcentre in September 1999 when he will be 60 years old. Crispin joined Cadcentre in 1989 as director of the Process Plant Division. As Chief Executive he led the buy-out of Cadcentre in 1994 and the flotation of the company in 1996. We wish him well in his retirement from the board and are grateful that he is able to continue with us in the capacity of consultant.
Wax info - Directors
www.waxinfojapan.com, 18 Oct 2007 [cached]
Crispin Gray (Non-Executive Chairman)Mr. Gray, a Computer Science graduate of Trinity College, Cambridge, co - founded ARC (Applied Research of Cambridge), the first departmental spin -out from Cambridge University. ,Between 1981 and 1989, he was a director of CIS (Cambridge Interactive Systems), which later became the ,Medusa' division of Computervision.In 1985 Mr. Gray became managing director of the ,Medusa', and grew global sales from $20 million to $120 million in 1989.He joined Cadcentre, now known as Aveva plc, in 1989, and was the Chief Executive from 1994 to 1999.He led the Management Buyout in 1994, and listed Cadcentre on the London Stock Exchange in 1996.By the time Mr. Gray retired in 1999, Cadcentre (www.cadcentre.com) had become the world's leading suppliers of computer systems for the design of process and power plants.He became Chairman of WAX info Limited in December 2000.
AVEVA Press Release
www.aveva.com, 4 May 1999 [cached]
Cadcentre has announced Crispin Gray's retirement as a Director and Chief Executive of Cadcentre in September 1999, when he will be 60 years old.Gray will concentrate on specific strategic and technology issues until his retirement.
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On the subject of Crispin Gray's retirement King added: "Crispin has led the company through a period of great change, helping transform it into a dynamic world leader in its field.He has enjoyed a very successful 30 year career in computer-aided design, during which he has contributed a great deal to Cadcentre's success."
Crispin Gray joined Cadcentre in 1989 as a director of the Process Plant Division, where he introduced full colour-shaded 3D display technology to the design of process plants.After leading the management buyout of Cadcentre in 1994, he was appointed Chief Executive, and in 1996 he guided the company through a successful flotation on the London stock exchange.
AVEVA Press Release
www.aveva.com, 31 Mar 1999 [cached]
Management changes after the year end include the retirement in the Autumn of Crispin Gray, Chief Executive, and the immediate appointment of Richard Longdon as Managing Director.
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Crispin Gray will retire as a Director and Chief Executive of Cadcentre in September 1999 when he will be 60 years old.Crispin joined Cadcentre in 1989 as director of the Process Plant Division.As Chief Executive he led the buy-out of Cadcentre in 1994 and the flotation of the company in 1996.We wish him well in his retirement from the board and are grateful that he is able to continue with us in the capacity of consultant.
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