Stephen Diehl Named President and CEO of Surfware, Inc.
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Stephen Diehl Named President and CEO of Surfware, Inc.

CAMARILLO, Calif., July 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Stephen A. Diehl has been named President and CEO of Surfware, Inc., developer of SURFCAM(R) CAD/CAM systems.

"I am proud and happy to announce that my eldest son Stephen will take over as Surfware President and CEO of the company," says Alan Diehl, founder and former CEO of Surfware. "Stephen has been working with me behind the scenes for several years and more recently, full time at Surfware."

Stephen has more than thirty years of experience in information technology. His experience includes the development of real-time trading systems for stocks, bonds and swaps for Fortune 500 companies, quantitative analysis, pattern recognition, physics and other high-end math/computer science-related applications. Through a solid program of seminars and real life experience, Stephen has extensive training in business management and presentation delivery (1991-2001, New York City). Over the last three years, he has been very involved in the next generation of CAM technology, TrueMill, the patent pending software offered by Surfware. Through an understanding of the physics of metal cutting, Stephen has made significant improvements to the product, further increasing its productivity. Stephen held the positions of Software Development Manager and Vice President of R&D at Surfware prior to becoming its President and CEO. He graduated from the University of California at San Diego with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physics (1982).

"I am proud to have the opportunity to take TrueMill(R) to the next level," says Stephen. "Over the past few months, our technical team has not only resolved outstanding issues in the software but also discovered new and exciting ways to utilize the TrueMill technology. We are announcing a new release of Surfware's Velocity(R) 4 at the 2008 IMTS (International Manufacturing Technology Show) in Chicago, where we will demonstrate beyond doubt that while others claim to have the full benefits of TrueMill, only Surfware can deliver them."

Velocity 4 will include substantial improvements to 3 axis finishing, 4/5 axis machining and to the patent pending TrueMill technology. The company has invested heavily in new computer hardware and software development tools to assist its growing development staff in producing excellent software rapidly. Surfware recently moved into new offices in Camarillo, California.

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