WAM Supply Chain Planning Solutions
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    Doug Ditillo
    Vice President
    Product Development
Doug is WAM's Vice President of Product Development and is responsible for overseeing the research and development of the company's supply chain software solutions. He leads the development team to expand the capabilities of WAM's solutions to meet the challenging needs of supply chain planning teams. Doug also maintains contact with WAM's customers staying abreast of changing demands and new technologies that could provide improved business performance.

Doug has over 20 years of experience in computer systems and software design. He held several engineering positions at GE Aerospace where he was involved in designing test programs for communications satellites, including the UARS research satellite that was among the first to identify the changes in the ozone layer over Antarctica. He continued to develop his expertise in systems design while in leadership roles with Swales Aerospace, where he designed solutions to achieve and maintain optimal performance for several NASA spacecraft including the GOES weather satellites and Hubble Space Telescope. Doug holds engineering degrees from the University of Pennsylvania, Carnegie Mellon and Johns Hopkins.