Sumitomo continues to invest in project management
Chesapeake, VA -- Project management has become a hot topic within many industries, with customers seek suppli...
Chesapeake, VA — Project management has become a hot topic within many industries, with customers seek suppliers who are PMP-certified to manage their large project orders. It is becoming more and more recognized as a legitimate set of skills to be successful in business, according to Sumitomo Machinery Corporation of America (SMA). As a result, the company has had four more employees become PMP certified:
– Brian Perkins, ESC (Engineering Service Center) director, received his PMP Certification in May 2009.
– Mario Haeck, IT manager, received his certification in November 2009.
– Paul F. Martin, chief applications engineer, received his certification in December 2009.
– ennifer Shambley, quality operations manager, received her certification in December 2009.
Having PMP-certified employees demonstrates Sumitomo’s ability to have the skills necessary to execute projects on time and within budget. Sumitomo plans to continue to increase its number of PMP-certified managers and improve its project-related business.
SMA offers a wide variety of products for OEM and industrial applications in the power transmission industry and has an installed based in North and South America in excess of five million products. For details, visit www.smcyclo.com.