New publisher joins Control Engineering

Oak Brook, IL—Michelle Tegtman joined Control Engineering as publisher on Feb. 24.

By Control Engineering Staff March 3, 2003

Oak Brook, IL— Michelle Tegtman joined Control Engineering as publisher on Feb. 24.

Ms. Tegtman was formerly director of corporate communications at PTC (Needham, MA), a manufacturing software solutions company, also was with Intellution (Foxborough, MA), and Nematron (Ann Arbor, MI). She has worked extensively in the automotive, aerospace, electronic and con-sumer packaged goods industries in delivering the control engineer’s message.

“Our goal is to grow the 79% of polled readers who considered Control Engineering to be the most important publication by expanding two-way communications with our readers. We’ll continue the intelligence about industry trends, latest products, and application best practices. Through reader research, you’ve said that keeping current on technology is your biggest concern, and that you are coping with organizational and technological changes. Control Engineering understands the constant and consistent need for editorial integrity, industry experience, and unbiased direction.

“In print, online, or face to face, Control Engineering will make significant investments to provide unique value to those developing, integrating, and using automation, instrumentation, and controls. We will research and define the most efficient ways to deliver answers to today’s automation challenges, in whatever form.”

To provide insight about how Control Engineering “assisted in your career,” she says to please contact her at or 630/288-8585.

Control Engineering Daily News DeskMark Hoske, editor-in-chief