All Press Releases for March 24, 2006

CBM Archives Announce David J. Klug as Vice President

CBM Archives welcomes new addition.

    /24-7PressRelease/ - CORPUS CHRISTI, TX, March 24, 2006 -- CBM Archives Co., a leading developer and provider of document and image archive systems to law enforcement, public safety, and emerging private markets, today announced a new senior management appointment. David J. Klug has been appointed as Vice President of Sales and Marketing. He will report directly to H. Michael Lord, CBM's President and COO.

As Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Mr. Klug will lead an aggressive effort to build and grow CBM's sales, marketing, and product development, expand strategic relationships and alliances, and explore and identify viable acquisitions and partners. Mr. Klug will also support the companies overall priority of outstanding customer service, engaging with engineering staff to assist in technical and engineering service strategy in support of CBM's industry leadership in quality assurance in the document archive management industry.

According to Mr. Lord, "David's industry knowledge and sales expertise and experience will be a tremendous asset and will enhance our growth into emerging markets for current and proposed solutions for the public safety, law enforcement, and private industry, including both document archive management and biometric technology solutions. We are excited to have David on board as he is highly regarded in the Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS), law enforcement, public safety, and biometrics industries, has an excellent and renowned track record of delivering high quality products, broadening overall product portfolios, and solving complex problems for customers. With David, we expect to further shape and grow CBM to be leaders in document archive management and biometrics solutions and to secure and broaden new market opportunities."

Mr. Klug, an accomplished fingerprint, AFIS, biometric, and sales management executive with more than 19 years of research, sales, marketing, and management experience, will be responsible for core sales and marketing strategy and advanced strategic product development from concept through delivery.

Mr. Klug has an AS in Chemistry from Illinois Valley Community College, a BS in Criminalistics (Forensic Science) from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and a Master of Science (MS) Degree in Criminalistics (Forensic Science) from the University of Illinois at Chicago Medical Center, Department of Pharmacodynamics. As a Research Assistant in the Graduate Section of Forensic Sciences at the University of Illinois at Chicago, he engaged in a national study, supported by the National Institute of Justice, of Automated Fingerprint Identification Systems in the United States to identify and describe these systems. This study lead to the publication of a National Institute of Justice/Department of Justice Library abstract and was selected for presentation at InterPol Headquarters in Lyon, France in May 1991. In 1990 he was awarded the International Association for Identification's R.L. Johnson Award in academic graduate studies. He started his professional career as a forensic scientist and fingerprint (latent) examiner at a police crime laboratory before he was honored will a full scholarship for graduate school, and was then employed by NEC Corporation in the Automated Fingerprint Identification Systems Division in 1991 until 2005 and there directed and managed mission critical AFIS and public safety technology sales activities, operations, and projects throughout North America and the Caribbean. He also managed NEC's operations in running the FBI's National Fingerprint Card Conversion Center in West Virginia. While at NEC, in December of 2002, he was honored with NEC Corporations President's Award for Customer Satisfaction, the first time this prestigious award has been presented to an employee in the United States in the history of NEC (which was founded in 1899). In May of 2003, he was named a Delegate to the Association of Caribbean Commissioners of Police, an affiliate of the International Association of Chief's of Police (IACP).

About CBM Archives Co.

CBM Archives Co. is a leading developer and provider of document and image archive/workflow solutions to law enforcement, public safety, and emerging private markets. The Company's image archive system is capable of storing ANSI/NIST-ITL compliant Data Format of Fingerprint, Facial, Scar Mark and Tattoo (SMT), Palmprint and Mugshot Information. The Company's biometric product line includes EFT Manager , CBM Import , Card Print and Store and Forward for the interchange of ANSI/NIST-ITL compliant Data Format information. CBM Archives also provides OCR/ICR/Barcode recognition solutions; which are often implemented as a means of reducing data entry. The Company's solutions are used to reduce data acquisition costs/time and improve data accuracy. CBM Archives is headquartered in Corpus Christi with offices in Austin and Chicago. The Company firmly believes that building a good relationship with each customer is the most important aspect of doing business. CBM has built a strong reputation based on knowledge, experience, and the ethics and values held by the management and staff. CBM Archives is proud of this reputation and will put the needs of each customer first on every project...every time! For more information, visit

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