Diagnosys, a world leader in electronics test, inspection and programming, promoted Andy Quick to Applications Engineer and hired Mike Quick as Field Support Engineer. Andy Quick will be based in Chicago, and Mike Quick will be based in Kissimmee. Both will serve customers throughout the United States.
"Andy and Mike are both an ideal fit in their new positions with Diagnosys," said Tim Webb, President, Diagnosys, Inc. "They are extremely competent engineers with great people skills. Both traits are essential in providing our customers with the knowledge and service they need to improve their test operations with maximum efficiency."
Andy Quick joined DiagnoSYS in 2003 after 25 years with Schlumberger, where he serviced a variety of board testers, including the Schlumberger 700 series and customers in the telecom industry. Before that, he was a logging engineer on offshore oil rigs. Since joining DiagnoSYS, he has become extremely familiar with the PinPoint II board tester.
"As a support engineer, I got to know the equipment inside-out," he said. "As an applications engineer, I'm able to teach customers how to use their equipment to gain the maximum benefits from all of the features. That will be my main role. In addition, I'll be working in pre-sales to demonstrate machines and show customers how they will be able to use the machine to the best of its ability."
Andy Quick graduated from Nottingham College in England with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. He is married and the father of three children
Mike Quick joined DiagnoSYS in December after Hurricane Katrina forced the shutdown of the Rocketdyne, Stennis Space Center in Mississippi, where he was an instrumentation engineer for the main engine of the NASA space shuttle. While there, he instituted measurement/data collection and analysis systems for various engine components. Before joining the shuttle effort, he was a teaching assistant at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign.
"We had to do a lot of troubleshooting using data anomalies and figuring out how to use data we gathered to plan the next test to track down and fix problems," he said. "I'm looking forward to working more closely with individual customers on highly advanced equipment to really make a difference in their productivity and operating efficiencies."
Mike Quick was graduated from the University of Illinois with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering and minors in Computer Science and Mathematics.
Diagnosys is the world’s leading company specializing in complete solutions for the support and maintenance of high value electronic Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) and modules. Having over 40 years’ dedicated experience for the test, repair and maintenance of electronic circuits means that we understand the challenges faced by our customers and have developed a full range of products and services to overcome them. Headquartered in the Republic of Ireland and with offices in the UK, USA, India, France and Germany, Diagnosys supports customers across many industry sectors around the world including industrial, defense, and mass transit. Products are sold and supported through offices and an extensive global network of sales partners.