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GSE Systems appoints new Chief Technology Officer

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GSE Systems, Inc. a global energy industry performance improvement company, has announced the appointment of Bahram Meyssami as Chief Technology Officer. Meyssami brings more than 25 years of experience in complex enterprise level software development and delivery for engineering, education and analytics to GSE.

Meyssami joins GSE from the Office of Analytics of the University of Maryland University College, a globally focused university that primarily provides online education for working adults and the military worldwide. He served as the Senior Director of Data Analysis, providing business intelligence and analytics services to support organisational performance improvements. He has previously served as the Director of Software Development, Technology at Datatel, Inc., a leading provider of software and services for streamlining enterprise resource planning, learning management and systems of record for higher education.

From 2005 to 2010, he held the role of VP of Technology at BDMetrics, Inc., an on demand SaaS-based software company providing event CRM and business intelligence applications for the world’s largest industry associations. Meyssami ran globally distributed engineering, R&D, QA, MIS and data centre operations to deliver a high availability and high performance software platform in multiple languages. Meyssami earned BS, MS, and PhD degrees in Chemical Engineering from the University of Maryland College Park, where his research focused on dynamic simulation and modelling utilising artificial intelligence and graphics technologies.

Kyle J. Loudermilk, Chief Executive Officer and President of GSE, said, “On behalf of GSE, I am delighted to welcome Bahram as our new CTO. He brings extensive experience in developing state of the art software technology and in growing effective technology teams focused on delivery of customer aligned value. Bahram brings broad software technology management experience in key technology areas that fit our vision of growth for GSE, specifically industrial process simulation, enterprise resource planning, and analytics, all of which will serve our blue chip customer base well. His deep track record of success in delivering industrial technology to the marketplace adds tremendous value to GSE’s growth plan. Bahram will serve as a key member of our team as we transform our business model.”

Interim Chief Operating Officer, Christopher D. Sorrells, said, “Given Bahram’s prior experience in creating new software solutions, we are excited to support him as he focuses our research and development and product management efforts on commercialising technology for our customers that adds greater value, in an easier to use fashion, than existing alternatives. Bahram's addition is a key step in GSE's ongoing growth.”

Meyssami commented, “I am very excited to join GSE and build upon its proven technology in the energy and process industries. I look forward to working with our talented team to create more value for our customers, continuing GSE’s tradition of being the trusted partner for performance improvement solutions.”

Adapted from press release by Francesca Brindle

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