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About: Eric Doubell

Eric Doubell is president of Razorleaf. His duties include managing client and vendor relationships, strategic planning, contracts and negotiation, and administration and management. With over 25 years of experience, Eric has worked as a software developer and engineer, an independent consultant, DBA, MIS manager, business systems manager and as a consulting manager in the medical, security, manufacturing, financial, legal, and consulting industries. Eric holds degrees in Economics and Computer Science from Denison University and Finance and Computer Management Masters in Business Administration from Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of Business.

Join Us at DSCC 2010

Dassault Systemes’ annual North American customer conference, DSCC is coming up in November 2010.  With Razorleaf’s large Dassault customer base, we plan to attend again this year and expect to see a number of our clients there as well.  Please let us know if you’re planning to attend DSCC 2010, or aren’t able to attend but are interested in specific elements of the conference.  Continue Reading

Razorleaf Wins Blog Award

CPC Pearl Award LogoWe’re proud to announce that the Razorleaf blog received a Silver “Best Blog” Award at the Custom Publishing Council Pearl Awards just last month in New York. The Custom Publishing Council is the leading association dedicated to custom corporate content. Their annual awards, dubbed the “Pearls”, are given out to those consumer and business brands that create and distribute the best content to their customers and prospects in both print and online forms.  Continue Reading

Cyon Research Industry Survey

Cyon Research

Cyon Research is a leading provider of analysis and consulting for engineering technology markets.  They are also known for an annual event, The Congress of the Future of Engineering Software (COFES), that brings together industry vendors, analysts and thought leaders.  On a regular basis (once or twice a year), Cyon conducts industry surveys, the results and associated analysis of which they make available to interested parties for $2,000.  Continue Reading