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Craig Resnick
Vice President, Consulting
Craig Resnick is part of the Automation consulting team at ARC covering the PLC, PAC, HMI, OIT and Industrial PC markets as well as the Packaging, Plastics and Rubber Industries.


Craig's focus areas include Production Management, HMI, I/O, Industrial PCs, OITs, PLCs, OEE, PACs, PC-based Control, and Embedded Systems; Packaging, Plastics and Rubber Industries.
 
Craig has 29 years experience in the areas of sales, marketing, product development, and project management in the industrial market. This experience was gained with major suppliers of PLCs, process control systems, power transmission equipment, and field devices.
 
Craig has been with ARC for since 1999. Prior to ARC, Craig spent four years as Director of Sales & Marketing for Roper Industries - Dynisco Instruments. His responsibilities included strategic planning, sales, product management and new market development for pressure & temperature transmitters and display & control instrumentation. Prior to that, Craig spent five years as the Director of Marketing for Altra Motion - Boston Gear. His responsibilities included strategic planning and product management for speed reducers, PLCs, photoelectric/proximity sensors, motors, and AC & DC drives. Previously, Craig spent four years as PLC Product Manager for Siemens Industry, releasing SIMATIC S5 into the U.S. market and developing distribution & vertical channels. Craig began his career at Invensys IOM - Foxboro Company, where he spent three years as a Field Project Manager responsible for design, installation, start-up and debugging of systems primarily for Textile and Paper manufacturers, along with two years in Foxboro's Oil and Gas Industry Marketing group.
 
Craig is a graduate of Northeastern University in Boston with both an MBA degree as well as a BS degree in Electrical Engineering.




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