Eden Prairie, Minn., February 17, 1998 - FieldWorks, Incorporated (NASDAQ: FWRX), a leading manufacturer of application-specific computing solutions for demanding field environments, has added Jacque Meyers as Vice President of Engineering.
Meyers comes to FieldWorks with 25-years experience in engineering management, digital design and computer design.
"Meyers solidifies our plans for the systematic and timely introduction of new products and the efficient continuation of current products-both critical to FieldWorks´ growth and success," says Ron Lewis, FieldWorks´ president. "With the addition of Meyers, the vision and experience necessary to realize these plans are in place." Meyers will report directly to Lewis.
During his 20-years-plus career at Unisys, Meyers held several senior-level management positions including vice president of engineering. His most recent assignment was vice president of engineering at a Twin Cities emerging technology company specializing in design and engineering. Meyers brings extensive experience in hardware and software design.
FieldWorks designs, builds and sells customer-specific computing solutions for demanding field environments. Users include field professionals in transportation, telecommunications, utility, medical, law enforcement and other industries worldwide. FieldWorks´ products are designed and produced in compliance with its formal quality system, which is certified to the international ISO9001 quality standard.
FieldWorks´ headquarters are at:
7631 Anagram Drive, Eden Prairie, MN 55344
Internet Address: www.field-works.com
Telephone: (612) 974-7000
Fax: (612) 974-7199
Forward-looking statements in this news release, if any, are made under the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Certain important factors could cause results to differ materially from those anticipated by the forward-looking statements, including the impact of changing economic or business conditions, the impact of competition, the availability of financing, the success of products in the marketplace, other risk factors inherent in the computer industry, and other factors discussed from time to time in reports filed by the company with the Securities and Exchange Commission.