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ptc 3d apptPTC today announced the appointment of Craig Hayman to a newly created role of chief operating officer (COO), effective immediately. Hayman has served as group president of the Solutions Group at PTC since late 2015. In this new COO role, Hayman will be responsible for engineering, marketing, and sales and distribution of PTC’s ThingWorx® technology platform as well as its computer aided design, and product and service lifecycle management solutions. Hayman will continue to report directly to PTC president and chief executive officer Jim Heppelmann. Read More