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EAG Announces New General Manager of Release-To-Production (RTP) Division
Date:3/15/2013

Santa Clara, California (PRWEB) March 15, 2013

The world's leading, fully integrated, independent laboratory network, providing high value expert analytical and testing services to a wide range of industries and end users, is pleased to announce the appointment of Aram Sarkissian as the new General Manager of EAG’s Release-To-Production (RTP) division.

Mr. Sarkissian is a seasoned leader with two decades of customer-facing experience in the semiconductor services market. He joined EAG in 2007 as part of the acquisition of Accurel, where he served in a variety of roles with increasing responsibilities in Engineering, Sales & Marketing, and management to help build the business into a leading lab services provider. Upon joining EAG, Mr. Sarkissian was instrumental in the integration of Accurel and moved into a VP of Sales role at EAG where he continued to help grow and shape the RTP business division and establish it as a world class semiconductor services organization. Mr. Sarkissian holds a BS in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the University of California at Berkeley.

“I am honored to accept the appointment as General Manager of the RTP Division and am extremely enthusiastic about our prospects looking forward. The services provided by our Division are second to none.” remarked Mr. Sarkissian.

Harry Davoody, CEO of EAG, stated “Aram has a deep understanding of the service requirements and the high bar set by the semiconductor industry. The credibility he has earned with our customers will serve him well in his new role.”

About Evans Analytical Group
EAG is the world's leading, fully integrated, independent laboratory network. EAG's Materials Characterization Division provides high value analytical services focused on surface analysis and materials characterization in support of high technology industries. The Company's Release to Production Division provides expert engineering service and support from chip tape-out to volume production in support of the electronics industry. EAG’s Environmental Fate, Chemistry and Ecotoxicology (EFCE) Division provides analytical chemistry, environmental fate, metabolism and eco-toxicology services for agrochemicals, industrial chemicals, pharmaceuticals and animal health products. EAG has an international network of 21 laboratories and sites and serves more than 5,500 customers worldwide. http://www.eag.com

EAG is majority owned by Odyssey Investment Partners, LLC, a leading private equity firm with more than $2 billion in capital under management. Odyssey makes majority, control investments primarily in established middle-market industrial manufacturing and business services companies in a variety of industries. Further information regarding Odyssey Investment Partners can be found at http://www.odysseyinvestment.com.

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