Vero Software has acquired the SURFCAM assets from Surfware, a U.S.-based software specialist responsible for the development of SURFCAM and TRUEMill technology.
"Across the enlarged Group, the complementary products address the worldwide need for efficient and innovative CAD/CAM/CAE technology," said Richard Smith, CEO of Vero Software. "SURFCAM is a robust, and well respected CAD/CAM system with a large number of loyal customers and knowledgeable resellers. With an emphasis on sharing already proven technologies, we will provide the development platform to reinvigorate the SURFCAM product and continue to help its customers become more efficient, profitable and successful."
Alan Diehl and his son Larry originally founded Surfware in 1988. "We have dedicated our lives to developing innovative and productive machining technology," Alan Diehl said. "Just as importantly, we enjoy customer and reseller relationships that are the envy of our competitors. We know we are joining a group with a similar view. We are confident that Vero's additional resources and global distribution will take SURFCAM to new levels of efficiency, and will continue to provide solutions that boost our customers' productivity, reduce costs and improve quality. "
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