Founder Jeremy Seigel Retains Role as Chairman

Bellevue, WA (PRWEB) June 22, 2016

Seagull Scientific, Inc. announced today that company President Harold Boe has assumed the title of President and CEO. Seagull’s founder, Chairman and former CEO Jeremy Seigel retains his role as Chairman.

“Harold joined Seagull in 1988 as a software developer,” said Seigel. “As our company grew, he developed not just his technical skills but also his managerial abilities, quickly blossoming into our first Chief Technology Officer, then into President and CTO in 1996, and finally into just President in 2013. Over that time he has taken on direct responsibility for Sales, Support, Marketing, Accounting and HR — essentially all day-to-day operations. I am delighted that his title finally reflects the full scope of the responsibilities he has taken on.”

"I am truly grateful to have played a role in the evolution of both Seagull Scientific and our BarTender software,” said Boe. “And I am pleased to be entering Seagull’s next phase with the continuing partnership of Jeremy Seigel as a long-term strategist and the majority shareholder. Seagull has tremendous potential, and I can’t wait to see how high we can fly.”

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About Seagull Scientific
BarTender® software by Seagull Scientific enables organizations around the world to improve safety, security, efficiency and compliance by creating and automating labels, barcodes, RFID tags, plastic cards and more. Hundreds of thousands of companies in manufacturing, chemicals, healthcare, food and beverage, aerospace, pharmaceuticals, supply chain/logistics and other industries trust BarTender with the labeling and marking processes that keep their businesses running. With corporate headquarters and software development in Bellevue, Washington, USA, and branch offices in Madrid, Taipei and Tokyo, BarTender is available in more than 150 countries through a global network of local partners.

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