U.S. Systems Engineer Manager, JMP
Chuck Boiler is the U.S. Systems Engineer Manager for JMP, a business unit of SAS. Since joining SAS in 1997, he has held management roles with JMP and helped develop solutions for conducting many types of analysis, including design of experiments for the semiconductor industry, quality control for pharmaceutical manufacturing, and marketing applications for survey analysis using JMP. Boiler currently works with customers and U.S. field engineering staff to help them solve business problems and discover hidden opportunities in data. Earlier in his career he worked for Abacus Concepts, makers of StatView software, as technical services manager and software quality assurance manager. A member of the American Society of Quality, Boiler received a bachelor's degree in education from the University of Oregon and has done graduate work in ancient philosophy at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California. He is a graduate of Gallup University's Great Manager Program.
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