Our Leadership Team
Eric Doubell is president of Razorleaf. His duties include managing client and vendor relationships, strategic planning, contracts and negotiation, and administration and management. With more than 25 years of experience, Eric has worked as a software developer and engineer, an independent consultant, DBA, MIS manager, business systems manager and as a consulting manager in the medical, security, manufacturing, financial, legal, and consulting industries. Eric holds degrees in Economics and Computer Science from Denison University and Finance and Computer Management Masters in Business Administration from Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of Business.
Manager, PLM (Autodesk)
Rodney Coffey heads up the PLM Services for Autodesk business unit. He is also a product lifecycle management consultant and has spent the last 10 years of his career in or around the Autodesk manufacturing channel where he has been responsible for PLM services and business development. Rodney has extensive experience with Autodesk manufacturing products, including Autodesk Fusion Lifecycle, Vault, Inventor, AutoCAD, and others. In his current role, Rodney’s primary focus is business development for the Autodesk business unit at Razorleaf. His team provides expert guidance to customers needing Autodesk Fusion Lifecycle, Vault, and Business System Integration services. For the last four years Rodney and his team have worked closely with Autodesk and Autodesk partners to provide customers with value-added services to streamline their business processes and transform their business.
Director, PLM (Dassault Systemes)
Michael Craffey joined Razorleaf in 2009 and serves a dual role as business unit leader for their PLM services and also serves as project manager. Michael has extensive consulting experience with product lifecycle management (PLM) solutions with more than 20 years of work experience in the PLM industry. He is responsible for Razorleaf’s SmarTeam, SOLIDWORKS, and ENOVIA business units. Prior to his consulting work, Michael worked as a designer and mechanical engineer. Michael is a sought after speaker on PLM topics and has presented at many industry events such as COE, Dassault Systemes user meetings, and more.
Vice President, Marketing
Juliann Grant is the Vice President of Marketing for Razorleaf. She is responsible for all aspects of marketing including branding, digital and off line marketing, product marketing and more. She has more than 24 years experience developing marketing strategies for high technology and industrial companies that build consumer demand, revenue streams, and customer communities. She has a talent for positively impacting product direction, accurately assessing market challenges, and aligning products and services to meet buyer needs. She is a recognized speaker and author on B2B marketing strategies and tactics including integrated marketing, online marketing and social media.
Derek Neiding has been with Razorleaf since its founding holding a variety of roles in Razorleaf’s PLM, SharePoint and ERP businesses. Early in his career at Razorleaf Derek was involved in PLM pre-sales technical support, project scoping and management and PLM-related development. Derek has also been honored to be utilized by a number of our software vendor partners as a contract developer of core technologies that these vendors eventually included as part of their product. Currently, Derek serves two related roles; Director of Integrations and Development. As the Director of Integrations Derek is responsible for Razorleaf’s Clover brand of integration products and technologies. Additionally, Derek oversees other software development efforts at Razorleaf.
Jonathan Scott is a PLM evangelist and solution architect promoting the use of product lifecycle management concepts and methodologies for discrete manufacturers. He is a former project manager, technical consultant, developer, and user on multiple PLM platforms and CAD platforms. Although his background is in mechanical engineering in the context of the nuclear industry, Mr. Scott’s current efforts are in PLM vision and strategy planning, as well as in detailed solution development. Mr. Scott has presented at numerous industry venues including Boeing’s/Northrop Grumman’s GPDIS,
daratechPLANT, PLM Summit, SolidWorks World, COE Annual Conference, Collaboration & Interoperability Congress, and Aras Community Event.
Director, PLM (Aras, DriveWorks)
Eric Smith, heads up the PLM Services business unit for Aras and DriveWorks applications. Smith is a long-standing technical consultant at Razorleaf, with more than 11 years of experience in the PLM market. His roles include project manager, consulting manager, relationship development, Sales, strategic and tactical planning, and internal business system implementation. His current focus is on helping customers with Bill of Material (BOM)-related projects. Prior to joining Razorleaf, Eric worked as a product engineer and in engineering services as a software implementer and a project manager. Eric holds a B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Ohio University.