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AMS Controls appoints new product manager, management software and services

June 17, 2014 - AMS Controls Inc. is proud to announce the appointment of Wayne Green to product manager, management software and services. As the St. Louis-based roll-forming and folding machine control systems manufacturer continues to expand and evolve after over 37 years in business, talented professionals like Green help to elevate not only product and software development, but also the highly-valued customer training program.

Green will serve as the subject matter expert for all things related to AMS Controls’ Eclipse, the company’s production management software. This will take shape through leading the curriculum and delivery of training and serving as a resource for Eclipse customers. Green has more than 10 years of hands-on experience using Eclipse, XL200 Roll Forming Controls, and Pathfinder Folding Machine Controls, so naturally he will make important contributions to product development and project management.

“I am excited to join AMS Controls in a capacity where I can share my knowledge with other industry colleagues,” said Green. “After working with AMS Controls products for many years, I look forward to putting my familiarity to work and helping customers grow their profits and efficiency.”

Green has approximately 20 years’ experience in the roll-forming industry. Prior to joining AMS Controls, Green built his own metal roll forming plant/post frame corporation, 64 Metals, from the ground up and, after 11 years, successfully sold it to one of the leading metal building manufacturers in the country, Morton Buildings. In addition to managing an accomplished business, Green also founded a non-profit organization to benefit families with terminally ill children.

“Wayne brings a knowledge base and experience level that will undoubtedly strengthen all AMS Controls products,” said Marc Allman, COO. “In particular, the AMS Controls Training program has been very successful for us, so having Wayne’s extensive experience will make our sessions stronger and more valuable for our customers who attend.”

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