Jonathan Batchelor


Managing Director - Sologic EMEA
Jonathan heads the strategic, operational and commercial activity for Sologic's EMEA region, and is focussed on delivering excellence across all aspects of Sologic.  From introducing new technology, to anticipating market trends, and ensuring clients receive maximum value from Sologic's people, products and services, Jonathan ensures Sologic Root Cause Analysis delivers results in all industries and throughout all tiers of organisations. 

Prior to his appointment with Sologic, Jonathan worked within the finance sector most notably as a founding partner at a major commercial finance broker. This was followed by director level positions focusing on training within the Oil, Gas and Renewable sectors.  
Chris Eckert


Chris formerly fulfilled design and reliability engineering roles within both Dow Chemical and Rohm Haas, where he developed and implemented successful business-specific reliability and manufacturing improvement plans. His RCA thought leadership is published in multiple print and online publications, such as Quality Digest, Maintenance Technology and IIE Industrial Engineer, and he has spoken at leading industry conferences, including ASQ, ASSE and SMRP.
A Professional Engineer and a Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional, Chris holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.
Brian Hughes


Senior Vice President
Working with clients to develop and implement enterprise-wide RCA programs, Brian also has led significant root cause incident investigations, including explosions, loss of primary containment, consumer product contamination, failures of critical aircraft components/systems, supply chain process problems, and inventory optimization problems.
Brian's articles are published in multiple industry periodicals as well as online, including Quality Digest, Professional Safety, and Occupational Health and Safety. He also has presented at various industry conferences, including ASQ, ASSE, NSC, APICS, and multiple client events.  Brian holds a BA in Finance from Western Washington University.
Jon Boisoneau


Vice President of Product
Jon manages development and delivery of Causelink software and the Sologic e-learning courses. He helps Sologic analyze and define client needs, then develop and deliver products, services and support that directly meet those needs.
Prior to working for Sologic, Jon worked for a Seattle-based digital agency, and was co-owner of another web development agency. Jon holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Washington State University.
Cory Boisoneau


Manager, Sales & Marketing
Cory leads Sologic’s sales efforts in the US and Canada. He also helps established clients improve their programs and reach new goals. For instance, he helped a major chemical company create a platform to analyze their OSHA recordable injuries and events. By compiling all the events together in a standardized and easily readable format, the client and Sologic were able to draw valuable conclusions that helped pinpoint solutions.
Prior to joining Sologic, Cory worked in sales and customer service for Onvia, Inc.  He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration (International Business) and a minor in Jazz Studies from Washington State University.
Melani Egbert


Operations Director
Whether she is organizing Sologic's next symposium, scheduling Sologic classes, fulfilling orders, or coordinating public courses, Melani is focusing first and foremost on Sologic operations and customer service.
Melani has an extensive background in the private club business in the various disciplines including Service Director, Special Events Coordinator and Member Relations Director. Although different in their function, each position has provided her with a solid foundation of customer service and customer satisfaction. A recent graduate of Northwood University, Melani’s BBA in Management balances her life and business experience with academics.
Brandon Prudent


Director of Software Development
As Director of Software Development, Brandon leads the technical direction of our root cause analysis software product lines. In particular, Brandon has been instrumental in the design and development of Causelink Enterprise, which – from a software standpoint – was complex because of the collaborative functionality added to an already-mature Causelink standalone software product.
Prior to working for Sologic, Brandon was chief technical officer for a marketing and advertising firm and a software consulting firm, as well as a senior web architect for a large information systems government contractor, and a software engineer for an automotive company.
Pam Eckert


Pam serves as Sologic’s controller and has primary focus on accounts payable as well as accounting.  Pam responsibilities also extend into customer support and special projects.
Prior to joining Sologic, Pam worked for The Dow Chemical Company, Rohm and Haas, and Menlo Logistics where her roles led her through purchasing, logistics coordination, production planning and HR.
Pam graduated with a BA in Business Administration from Northwood University.
David Tooth


Chairman, Sologic EMEA
David helps clients solve problems related to quality, reliability, environmental health and safety, supply chain, logistics, and more. He also works closely with many clients to initiate and improve RCA programs through change management and organizational development, and provides independent facilitation services directly to clients. His clients are leaders in a wide variety of industries and disciplines.
David led a variety of engineering, installation and operational groups during more than 25 years with Air Products & Chemicals in Europe. During his time with Air Products, he chaired many trade association committees -- both British and European -- drove the development of a worldwide safety, health and environmental management system.
David is a Chartered Engineer and a Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers – CEng FIMechE.
Marcelo Haick


Managing Director, Sologic South America
An expert in RCA methodology, Marcelo performs investigations, and manages Sologic training and consulting services throughout South America.
A graduate of Santos Medical College with expertise in occupational medicine, Marcelo’s professional background includes environmental, health and safety management systems, strategic planning and ergonomics consulting. Several of his technical articles have been published and his presentations delivered at industry conferences.
Augusto Constantino


Regional Manager, Sologic South America
Regional Manager for Sologic South America’s Buenos Aires office, Augusto is responsible for serving as trainer and consultant to Spanish-speaking clients throughout South America.
Specializing in quality management systems and continuous improvement, Augusto has conducted numerous international certification audits while serving as a third-party auditor for ISO 9000.  While implementing QMS for businesses in a variety of industries, he has utilized tools-based methodologies for continuous improvement, such as QFD, 5 S, Applied Statistics, Failure Mode Analysis, Kaizen, and Lean Manufacturing, among others.
Augusto has a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and Master’s Degree in Quality Engineering from National Technology University, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Eric Lim


Managing Director, Sologic Asia-pacific
​​After investigating over 1600 events, Eric’s professional history allows him to be proficient in failure analysis of mechanical systems, accidents, fires and explosions.  He also provides technical opinions relating to reconstruction, and applications of a wide range of materials.  Eric offers language fluency in English, Mandarin and Cantonese.
Eric has a background in Mechanical Engineering, and more specifically in behavior of materials through his research work.  Eric is a corporate member of the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers where he serves as a committee member of the Materials Division and the Education and Examinations Committee, and is a representative of Materials Discipline Advisory Panel.  He is also a member of the Academy of Experts - UK, a fellow of the Hong Kong Institution of Certified Auditors, and a member of the Hong Kong Institute of Steel Constructions.