Paris, France (July 31, 2009)--Analog Way, celebrating its 20-year anniversary, has appointed Adrien Corso as chief executive officer. Based at the company's headquarters in Paris, Corso is in charge of the overall management of the Analog Way group, including its subsidiaries in the U.S. and Asia. He will also be responsible for the implementation of the company's business mission.
Prior to joining Analog Way, Corso worked for several years in the electronic industry where he was general manager of a subsidiary of a precision-scales manufacturer. In an international environment, he drove high-technology projects and managed multi-disciplinary teams. "Analog Way is a company showing a big success, with quality products and great international presence," Corso remarked. "I am pleased to join Analog Way for its 20th anniversary, which marks a turning point for the company. I will enthusiastically implement the firm's project and put technological innovation but also service and customer support at the heart of our approach."
Marc Loret, president and co-founder of Analog Way, will now focus on drawing up the corporate strategy and product-development policy. "We are delighted to welcome Adrien Corso at Analog Way as the new CEO of the company," he commented. "We are confident that his experience and organizational skills will be valuable assets in the implementation of Analog Way's business strategy."