DDi Corp. promotes Michael Mathews to Senior VP
Oct 06, 2006
DDi Corp. (NASDAQ:DDIC) announced the promotion of Michael Mathews to Senior Vice President - Manufacturing Operations. Mr. Mathews has been serving as Vice President - Quality and Process Engineering since joining the company earlier this year.
As Senior Vice President - Manufacturing Operations, Mr. Mathews' duties will include the day-to-day oversight of DDi's printed circuit board (PCB) manufacturing operations with a focus on high quality, on-time delivery of the Company's products and services. Mr. Mathews replaces Brad Tesch, DDi's Chief Operations Officer, who has resigned to join Veritek Manufacturing Services and lead the assembly business recently acquired from DDi.
"Mike Mathews' promotion is a reflection of our commitment to quality and efficiency throughout our operations," said Mikel Williams, President and CEO, DDI Corp. "In addition, his background in both engineering and business management with global leaders in PCB manufacturing is well suited to take our operations to the next level and achieve our key initiatives."
Mr. Mathews has more than 25 years experience in the oversight of high quality manufacturing processes. Prior to joining DDi in February 2006, Mr. Mathews served in a number of management roles for Sanmina-SCI, most recently as Vice President Operations & Quality, PWB and Enclosures. While at Sanmina-SCI, Mr. Mathews also served as Operations Manager, Vice President American Eastern Region Enclosure Division and Vice President and General Manager PCB Division. He began his career at Raytheon Company, Missile Systems Division, where he rose to Manufacturing Operations Manager.