Anaheim, Calif—Verisurf Software announced sales in the first quarter of 2014 increased 35% over the same period in 2013. Verisurf’s first quarter success builds on record quarter and year performance achievements set in 2013, and the outlook for Verisurf manufacturing solutions and applications is excellent.

"Our top line results in the first quarter reflect solid execution across all company operations and a modest improvement in global manufacturing," said Ernie Husted, President and CEO, Verisurf Software, Inc. "We entered 2014 with solid momentum from our growth in 2013, a portfolio of products with high customer acceptance of our Model Based Inspection technology in manufacturing, new product launches planned for 2014, increased resources deployed in global expansion and education to capitalize on improving market conditions and accelerating Verisurf implementation."

Manufacturers continue to implement Verisurf Model Based Inspection (MBI) technology to speed up production while also controlling costs and improving quality. MBI uses 3D CAD models as the nominal definition for rapid inspection, compliance certification and reports that manufactured parts meet required tolerances. Verisurf is expanding its international and domestic operations with increased sales, marketing and technical staff by hiring direct employees and select resellers with manufacturing, inspection, tool building and reverse engineering experience.

In 2014 Verisurf will unveil AUTOMATE, a new CMM software that programs and operates faster, easier and at a lower cost. The software also includes a 3D CAD measurement platform that automates all types of coordinate measuring machines with an intuitive 3D experience, graphical object-oriented programming system and open standards that increase freedom of choice. Additionally, Verisurf is inspiring future coordinate metrologists with instructor-led and online training programs at Verisurf University, as well as expanding educator training and curriculum products for high schools, community colleges and universities.

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