Thursday December 20, 2018 0 comments
LOVELAND -- Aleph Objects, Inc. announced Grant Flaharty, company president, is stepping into the role of CEO in addition to his existing role.
With more than 20 years of executive experience, Aleph said Flaharty is uniquely qualified to lead the company through an evolving and increasingly demanding market in additive manufacturing technology.
“The changes we are incorporating will drive significant growth as we rapidly expand our products, our reseller network, and our social presence into global markets. We are anticipating a record-breaking year with a larger percentage of business being received from outside the U.S.
“The response rate for LulzBot’s high-quality workhorse 3D printers is setting the bar for growth going forward.”
Steven Abadie, who has been with Aleph Objects since its launch in 2011, will leverage his expertise in 3D printing technology in his new position as CTO. His primary focus will be on driving the company’s development efforts in terms of new and innovative products.
“We are working towards significant leaps in technology and design across our product line,” Abadie said. “In 2019, we expect to make a strong statement with new product offerings, all with a continued focus on Free Software, Libre Innovation, and Open Source Hardware.”
Aleph Objects’ user base has evolved to encompass enterprise and professional markets, and the trend is expected to continue as the technology becomes more sophisticated and accessible.
“Additive manufacturing technology just keeps expanding at a mind-blowing rate,” said Jeff Moe, Aleph Objects founder.
“The internal re-alignment of the company will ultimately serve to maintain a stronger focus on new product introduction going into this period of massive growth.”