Exton, PA. – 01 April 2008 – Bentley Systems, Incorporated has appointed Harry Vitelli to the position of vice president, platform product management. In this capacity, Vitelli is responsible for developing and managing Bentley’s MicroStation and ProjectWise product strategies and programs. He reports to Shaun Sewall, vice president, platform products and technology. Vitelli brings to Bentley more than 25 years of experience growing software sales revenues as a technology industry executive for both publicly and privately held companies. Most recently, he served as vice president of alliances at Adobe Systems and earlier as senior director of product management for Adobe’s Acrobat, Adobe Reader, and PDF software lines. Other executive and management roles he has held include vice president of marketing at PrivateExpress, general manager for North America at Sony Corporation’s Psygnosis Division, and senior manager of product management for Apple QuickTime.
“We look forward to leveraging Harry’s unique product management experience and talents to help us continue to accelerate sales of our MicroStation and ProjectWise platform products,” said Sewall. “In doing so, Harry will help extend the many benefits of our robust technology, including interoperability and collaborative engineering, to a growing number of project teams around the globe.”
Vitelli earned a Bachelor of Computer Science degree from Spring Garden College, in Philadelphia, and resides in Ambler, Pa., a suburb of Philadelphia.
Bentley Systems, Incorporated provides software for the lifecycle of the world’s infrastructure. The company’s comprehensive portfolio for the building, plant, civil, and geospatial verticals spans architecture, engineering, construction (AEC) and operations. With revenues now surpassing $400 million annually, and more than 2,400 colleagues globally, Bentley is the leading provider of AEC software to the Engineering News-Record Top Design Firms and major owner-operators, and was named the world’s No. 2 provider of GIS/geospatial software solutions in a Daratech research study.