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TDM Systems Appoints Managing Director

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Dietmar Bohn replaces Peter Schneck who is retiring after five years as the head of the company.

TDM Systems, a provider of tool data management system, has announced the appointment of Dietmar Bohn as its new Managing Director. Mr. Bohn replaces Peter Schneck who is retiring after five years as the head of the company.

Mr. Bohn joins TDM Systems from SAP SE where he spent 14 years in various positions of leadership at the Walldorf, Germany-based software company. Most recently he was Vice President of Industry Solution Management. Bohn began his professional career in 1990 as a systems developer of machinery control systems at Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG, rising to become Director of Global Processes.

“My goal is to take an active approach in shaping digital transformation and manufacturing in the future,” says Mr. Bohn. “TDM Systems was, and is, a pioneer in digitalization. The company brings together in-depth manufacturing and software expertise. I would like to think that those are my strengths as well.”

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