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Brad Stevens Named as CFO & VP Operations

Serious Integrated announced today the addition of former Intel business and finance controller Brad Stevens as Chief Financial Officer. “Brad is a perfect fit for us”, said Terry West, CEO of Serious Integrated. “His extensive knowledge and experience will be a great addition to our rapidly growing organization and his proven track record at Intel makes him an extraordinary addition to our already strong executive team.”

Stevens, a long-time colleague of West’s, served 31 years at Intel in operations finance and most recently as the business transition manager for Embedded and Communications Mergers and Acquisitions activity, as well as Customer Program Management expertise.
“I am excited to be a part of this amazing team and new business venture,” said Stevens. “The company’s focus on graphic/touch screen user interfaces will have significant impact on a wide spectrum of users. I look forward to working with Serious’ customers, team and investors in enabling these innovative products.”

About Serious

Serious makes products amazing. Our embedded HMI and Comms/Control software-on-hardware platforms radically evolve industrial, commercial, and medical OEM products from great to industry-leading and transform engineering processes with dramatically reduced software and hardware development costs and time-to-market.

With powerful IoT/Industrial/IT and mesh networking, modern HMI, scalable embedded control…and much more… Serious off-the-shelf integratable and customizable platforms enable design-start to production-ready in as little as a few months.

Based in Mesa, Arizona, Serious Integrated, Inc. is a privately held Delaware corporation and a McRock Capital portfolio company.

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