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Imago Scientific Instruments®, the world's leading provider of LEAP® microscopes, today announced the appointment of Barbara McPherson to the position of Chief Financial Officer. Barbara has been the company's Vice President Finance and Administration since 2005.
"Barbara's depth and breadth of financial and operational expertise make her a key member of the Imago management team," said Timothy Stultz, President and CEO of Imago. "She possesses the expertise and track record of a seasoned CFO and has successfully guided us through significant growth and a number of key transaction based milestones."
In her role as CFO, Barbara will be responsible for managing the finance, information technology, legal and human resources functions at Imago.
Prior to joining Imago, Barbara served with AKG Financial Consulting, Inc. a provider of CFO consulting services to technology companies. Barbara was also CFO for Horn Group, a public relations agency specializing in computer hardware and software companies.
About Imago Scientific Instruments
Imago Scientific Instruments Corporation is the recognized world leader in Atom Probe Tomography and developer of Nanolytical® tools and solutions for manufacturers, engineers, and scientists involved in the nanotechnology revolution. The Company’s technology and products provide sub-nanometer element mapping of microelectronic devices and materials. Imago is committed to the sustained advancement of nanotechnology solutions specifically addressed to metrology and analysis challenges in the semiconductor, data-storage, and advanced-materials markets. Imago provides worldwide customer support from locations in the United States, Japan, Europe, and Asia Pacific.
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