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Tim Wiedeman joins Concept 3D

He takes role of vice president of business development at software company


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Concept3D, a leader in creating software to power immersive online experiences, has announced that Tim Wiedeman will join the company as vice president of business development. In this role, Wiedeman will focus on new customer growth with Fortune 500 organizations for industries including commercial real estate and construction, data centers, energy, Internet of Things (IoT), healthcare, retail, and select higher education institutions.

“Tim brings a proven track record of producing revenue growth in new market segments for technology companies, and he will help us continue to demonstrate the power of the Concept3D platform across key industries,” says Concept3D CEO, Gordon Boyes.

Wiedeman is has expertise in enterprise SaaS sales, strategic partnership development and digital marketing. He has had a diverse career with high-growth startups and Fortune 500 organizations focused on revenue growth in corporate, higher education and government sectors. Prior to joining Concept3D, Wiedeman served as a consultant for Lantern Peak, vice president of corporate partnerships at Pearson and regional vice president at EverFi.

About Concept3D: Founded in 2006, Concept3D is a leader in creating immersive online experiences with 3D modeling, interactive maps and VR-enabled virtual tour software. Concept3D software brings any physical location into an intuitive and navigable digital format, providing clients with a powerful competitive edge through applications like data visualization, wayfinding, immersive VR-enabled virtual tours, and real-time platform-wide updates. Concept3D clients include convention centers and event spaces, data centers, healthcare and retirement facilities, large commercial sites, resorts, hotels and theme parks, as well as universities and many other locations. More at https://www.concept3D.com.

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