PR — Intergraph has named John K. Graham president of its Security, Government & Infrastructure (SG&I) Division. Graham, an experienced industry executive with significant software, services and technology experience, will be responsible for global sales, operations, services and product development for the division.
Graham will lead Intergraph’s SG&I division on a global basis, serving the division’s worldwide customer base across the security, military, public safety and infrastructure markets. Customers in more than 60 countries rely on Intergraph SG&I’s industry-specific solutions to manage critical assets, prevent and respond to incidents, and support mobile resources. The division employs more than 2,300 people worldwide.
“John has an extensive software and services background with a deep understanding of SG&I’s end-markets,” said Intergraph President and CEO Halsey Wise. “His international experience and proven track record will be invaluable in the continued growth of our SG&I division.”
Intergraph Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Reid French added, “I am very pleased to have such a quality executive as John Graham join the Intergraph management team. The global sales and services expertise that John brings to our company will enhance SG&I’s operational performance and growth trajectory while deepening our long-standing commitment to our customers.”
“I am delighted to join Intergraph and contribute to its proud history of innovation in the markets we serve,” Graham said. “I also look forward to building on Intergraph’s unique geospatial and security technology strengths in SG&I’s targeted verticals and to fully realizing Intergraph’s outstanding growth potential,” he added.
Immediately prior to joining Intergraph, Graham was executive vice president, global sales and services, for Siemens UGS Software, leading a team of over 3,500 people for this $1.35 billion business. In addition Graham has held senior executive positions at Cap Gemini, Siebel Systems and Electronic Data Systems. Graham began his career as a US Naval Officer. He holds a master’s degree in business administration from George Mason University and a bachelor’s degree in business from the University of Mississippi.