Surfware Promotes Bryan Diehl to President of Company

Surfware, Inc. Promotes Bryan Diehl to President of Company

(Westlake Village, California, USA, January 19, 2004) Surfware, Inc., maker of SURFCAM CAD/CAM Systems, announces the promotion of Bryan Diehl to President and Chief Operations Officer (COO) of the company. In this position, Bryan will dedicate his time to overseeing SURFCAM sales and marketing strategies, product management operations, and partner development, as well as advancements in Surfware product technology.

"The combined expertise of seasoned management, partner development and precision machining experience with software development gives Bryan Diehl unique credentials that are vital to Surfware’s success." says owner and founder of Surfware, Alan Diehl, Chief Executive Officer of Surfware, Inc. "We are thrilled to promote him to this important position." Mr. Alan Diehl noted that Bryan Diehl’s promotion is part of an overall management restructuring within Surfware that will keep the company positioned for growth and adaptability. “Bryan Diehl’s promotion, as well as the continuining efforts of our excellent management team within the organization, will continue our legacy of innovation, growth and assertiveness in this evolving manufacturing marketplace,”: noted Alan Diehl.

Bryan Diehl began his tenure in the manufacturing industry in the early 80s where he worked for his father’s machine shop running the machine tools and programming CNC machines with his brother Larry Diehl. In 1986 Mr. Diehl worked at Microsoft Corporation, where he functioned as a programmer and technical liaison between the company and IBM, in their joint development of OS/2 operating systems. Bryan returned to the family business in 1990 as a senior developer, system architect and Vice President of Software Development.

About Surfware, Inc.
Surfware, Inc. is the manufacturer of SURFCAM CAD/CAM software, built for the Microsoft Windows operating system environment. SURFCAM makes easy CNC programming of 2-, 3-, 4, and 5-axis mills, lathes, wire EDM, laser, plasma, and water-jet machines a reality. Machinists, designers and engineers worldwide use it for 2D and 3D mechanical design, surface modeling, solid modeling, reverse engineering, prototyping, mold-making, pattern-making and production machining. For more information, contact us at: www.surfware.com, email: Email Contact, telephone: 800.SURFWARE (North America) or +1.818.991.1960 (worldwide), fax: +1.818.991.1980 (worldwide).



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