Seegrid's Ed Henry Named CFO of the Year

The Pittsburgh Business Times praises Ed Henry for spearheading the companys most successful year to date

PITTSBURGH--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Seegrid, the pioneer and leader in three-dimensional vision navigation, today announced Chief Financial Officer Ed Henry was awarded "CFO of the Year" by the Pittsburgh Business Times.

Henry joined the company in 2015, bringing with him more than 20 years of leadership and financial management experience. Before joining Seegrid, Henry served as chief financial officer at Vista Resources, Inc., and as director of finance at Thermo Fisher Scientific.

"Since joining Seegrid as CFO, Ed has been a crucial part of the companys rapid growth," said Jim Rock, CEO of Seegrid. "Eds capabilities go far beyond his financial savvy; he has a deep passion for technology and leads teams with strategic vision. He has been instrumental in our success over the past year, and his hard work has led to customer growth and additional financial investments, both of which demonstrate Seegrids strength and commitment to the industry as we continue to advance our industry-leading vision technology."

Seegrid has nearly doubled the number of employees in the last 14 months, including the recruitment of top talent from Carnegie Mellon University and Google. Henry and his team have been instrumental in supporting the companys rapid growth with the implementation and refinement of operational systems and processes.

"Its an honor to be recognized among the many talented, respected business leaders in the Pittsburgh area," said Henry. "I am proud to be a part of such an incredible team at Seegrid, which continues to lead the autonomous robotics industry, offering its vision-guided navigation technology to the manufacturing industry and beyond. This award is a testament to the companys steadfast commitment to solving the worlds toughest materials handling challenges."

About Seegrid
Seegrid, the pioneer and leader in three-dimensional vision navigation, provides unique and revolutionary automation technology for materials handling. Engineered with state-of-the-art Seegrid Vision, industrial trucks are transformed into the next generation of automated guided vehicles (AGVs): vision guided vehicles (VGVs). VGVs navigate without wires, lasers, magnets or tape, and they deliver unmatched flexibility. Designed for simplicity and reliability, the Seegrid flexible automation solution is available in a line of pallet trucks and tow tractors.

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