John Wilson Named as President and CEO of Quantapoint!
Quantapoint today announced that John Wilson has been named President and Chief Executive Officer of Quantapoint. The selection was made by Quantapoint’s board of directors and by Eric Hoffman, the previous CEO, and is part of Quantapoint’s strategic growth initiative. Wilson succeeds Hoffman, who will remain as Founder, and will focus full-time on the ongoing development of Quantapoint’s innovative and award-winning laser scanning technology and services.
Wilson has held a number of senior-level management positions in the upstream oil and gas service industry. These include executive vice president at Landmark Graphics, a division of Halliburton, and President and CEO of Trade-Ranger Inc., a procurement portal owned by a consortium of some of the largest companies in the oil and gas industry, including BP, Shell, Total, ConocoPhillips and Dow Chemical. Most recently, Wilson was President and CEO of Terra Global Ltd, a company offering Geophysical services to the oil and gas industry in West Africa.
According to Hoffman, “John’s experience and expertise will help increase the adoption of Quantapoint’s technology and services in both existing and new markets. I am looking forward to a smooth transition and to working closely with John to identify exciting new ways that Quantapoint can help clients achieve zero-defects.”
Added Wilson, “Not only did Eric help create the laser scanning market, but Quantapoint has also experienced significant growth under his leadership. I intend to build on this strong history of innovation to scale Quantapoint and expand our market leadership. I am excited by the possibilities and opportunities that lay ahead.”
Wilson holds a bachelor’s degree in electronic engineering and physics from Loughborough University of Technology and an MBA from the Polytechnic of Central London, both located in the UK. His broad range of experience has included engineering, marketing, manufacturing, sales and executive management positions throughout the world.