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    Tridium shakeup

    Any insight into recent management shakeup at Tridium? Everything seemed ok in the Tridium world after the last Summit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krac View Post
    Any insight into recent management shakeup at Tridium? Everything seemed ok in the Tridium world after the last Summit.
    Don't think they filled the new position yet:
    http://www.careersathoneywell.com/en...jobid=00201547

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    Interesting that the position is now called General Manager. The President and VP of marketing are gone which makes it sound like Tridium is no longer a separate business unit, but a division of Honeywell. Whats next, the OEM's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by krac View Post
    Interesting that the position is now called General Manager. The President and VP of marketing are gone which makes it sound like Tridium is no longer a separate business unit, but a division of Honeywell. Whats next, the OEM's?
    not so says the CTO:
    http://www.automatedbuildings.com/ne...04sublett.html

    We'll see...

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    So where did Steve and Mark go?
    Go Rangers!

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    probably end up at skyfoundry

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    Not sure if it's a coincidence or not but the day after posting my question here on HVAC-Talk my Niagara Central account is disabled.

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    Tridium is slowly being assimilated into mother Honeywell, resistance is futile. Thinning out middle management is the first step.

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