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Boulder Imaging appoints Thomas Creager as financial controller

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Boulder Imaging, a provider of high-performance quality inspection, machine vision, and high-speed imaging solutions, has appointed Thomas Creager as the company's financial controller. A senior executive with more than 20 years' experience, Creager will provide leadership and coordination of company financial planning, policies, and reporting.

'Tom is a great addition at this stage of our company growth,' said Michael Willis, president and COO. 'His extensive background and skills are a perfect fit as Boulder Imaging continues to gain significant market share with its high speed, high performance imaging systems. Tom will play a key role in preparing and leading us through the next stages of growth.'

'I am excited to become part of the management team at Boulder Imaging,' said Creager. 'I am looking forward to addressing the many challenges in a rapidly growing company.'

Creager has served as CFO and controller for Signature Offset, a commercial cold-web printer specialising in newsprint products for publishers. He has also served as controller for the National Cattlemen's Beef Association.

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