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Brad Angus is new CEO at Setpoint

Ogden, Utah, April 2007 – Setpoint Systems, Inc., a manufacturing automation firm, announced that Brad Angus has officially assumed the role as the Company’s CEO.

This marks the beginning of a new chapter of leadership allowing one of the owners, Joe Cornwell, to focus on the rollercoaster division, Setpoint, Inc.

Brad is no stranger to Setpoint, over the last 10 years he has been a consultant to the owners.  “With the consulting Brad has done for us he has really come to know and understand our business.  With his broad business leadership experience in finance, sales and marketing, he has the skills Setpoint needs to deliver value to a broader scope of customers and increase Setpoint's relevance to Utah manufacturers" says Joe Cornwell, an owner.  Because of this experience Brad is able to share this expertise with many more companies to improve return on investment.

Brad is a veteran of the software industry and brings to Setpoint a new look at competing in the marketplace.  He comes to Setpoint from Spillman Technologies where he worked as the Chief Financial Officer.  Brad has a track record of contributions to company growth, change management and customer satisfaction.  He earned his Bachelors of Science from the University of Utah and a MBA from the University of Southern New Hampshire.

 

About Setpoint:

Since 1992 Setpoint has designed, manufactured, and marketed automated manufacturing equipment to increase productivity and quality for companies in a variety of industries.  Setpoint has developed a methodology and system that  mitigates the customer's risk and maximizes the customer's return on investment.

For more information please contact

Kara Smith
Setpoint Systems, Inc.
Phone 801-621-4117


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