Leadership Team

Chris Wilkes, President and CEO of Sigmetrix

Chris Wilkes

President & CEO

Chris has an extensive background in developing marketing, operations and product strategies that enhance corporate reputation, increase shareholder value and accelerate growth. Holding previous Presidential and Vice Presidential positions at Incentra, Sterling Software, SANZ and AT&T, he was responsible for driving top and bottom-line company growth through fiscally accountable and operationally efficient leadership. In 2011 and 2012, Chris served as the Executive Vice President of Worldwide Sales and Marketing where he successfully led the company to successive double-digit revenue growth years. Chris earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing management from Texas Tech University, followed by an MBA from Texas A&M University.

James Stoddard - Vice President, Product Development & Chief Technical Officer of Sigmetrix

James Stoddard

Executive Vice President, Product Development

James is the top technologist for the creation of CETOL 6σ Technologies, advanced constraint systems, architecture and CAD integrations developed over 10 years of professional research going back to his work at Brigham Young University working with Dr. Ken Chase, founder of ADCATS, the Association for Development of Computer Automated Tolerance Systems. James is recognized by the top PLM companies and universities as the leading expert in advanced constraint technologies setting the benchmark for precise solutions necessary for addressing the next generation needs of tolerance optimization systems.

Bryan R. Fischer

Vice President, Dimensional Engineering

Mr. Fischer is a published author with over 30 years of industrial experience as a GD&T Subject-Matter Expert, Tolerance Analyst, Engineer, Design Lead, Trainer and Consultant in GD&T, Drawing Quality, Dimensional Management and Tolerance Analysis. He has worked, trained and consulted in many industries, commercial and government, with companies ranging from very small to the largest corporations. He consults with inspection and CAD software developers to help them improve their use of GD&T, 3D PMI, and 3D model-based practices. He is a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), the American Society for Quality, SAE International, and the Digital Metrology Standards Consortium (DMSC). He is an ASME Certified Senior Level GD&T Professional and a leading expert in GD&T and tolerance analysis.

Mr. Fischer has earned an Associate of Science Degree from Ohlone College in Fremont, California in Drafting Technology – Design; Associate Degree in Arts and Science from Columbia Basin College in Pasco, Washington; Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology, Oregon Institute of Technology (OIT). Mr. Fischer has been an Adjunct Professor at OIT.