Bowman Expands Quality Assurance Team

Bowman has hired Frank Giuliani as its new quality assurance engineer. He will specialize in test plans for Bowman’s benchtop XRF instrumentation suite.


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Bowman (Schaumburg, Ill.) has hired Frank Giuliani as its new quality assurance engineer. Giuliani is an electrical engineer with experience in technical support and training from his previous positions at Bruker and Oxford Instruments. In his new post, he will be responsible for developing and executing test plans to ensure the consistent high quality of Bowman’s benchtop XRF instrumentation suite.

Giuliani will work closely with Bowman’s development and sales teams, ensuring the company delivers as-designed, fully-tested products to customers throughout North and South America, Europe and Asia.


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