9/4/2018

Vero Software Hires New Edgecam Application Engineer

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Vero Software hires Joe Sanders as its new Edgecam application engineer.

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Vero Software has added a new application engineer, Joe Sanders, to its growing team of talented support engineers. Sanders will lend his expertise in support of the company’s Edgecam customers.

Sanders has worked in the CAD/CAM industry for more than 20 years and primarily served users in the Northeastern United States as an application engineer for regional CAD/CAM resellers. His most recent position was at M2 Technologies, for which he specialized in providing CAM application support to the sales team and assisting customers in getting the most out of their CAM software tools. Sanders is excited to help customers maximize their productivity, pursue new opportunities, adapt to change and grow their business.

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