Vero Software and Alphacam have announced numerous new appointments to its staff. The company has appointed Ken Brown to Alphacam's training and support manager, Perry Boyett to Alphacam's director of sales - North America, and Jessica Woodall to sales director - Latin America. All three appoinments went into effect April 1.

Ken Brown began working with the Alphacam team as an Applications Engineer eight and half years ago, and excelled very quickly in using the software, as well as in supporting and training customers.  Having worked in the woodworking industry for over 20 years gives Brown a solid foundation to assist customers and coworkers by offering his expertise.

“Having a vast knowledge of computers and moving forward with technology has always been my strong point,” Brown said. “Being able to pass this along to my colleagues and customers will be thrilling.”

Perry Boyett began his career as a specialist in manufacturing software 33 years ago as a tool and die designer working with automotive, appliance and aerospace clients.  He joined the Alphacam team as channel sales manager in June of 2003, and has been a key factor in increasing Alphacam’s channel distribution ever since. Since 2012, Boyett served as Alphacam sales manager, delivering significant sales growth to the entire sales operation of Alphacam in North America.

“I’m fortunate to inherit such a strong Alphacam team and am enthusiastic about the opportunity to direct our efforts as we continue to grow and expand our software and service offerings,” Boyett said. “Alphacam’s ability to automate and integrate into the fabric of a company’s manufacturing environment is a core strength of our success that we will continue to build upon.

Jessica Woodall, who has worked in the CNC industry for 22 years, has served as Alphacam's director of sales and services – Americas for the past 16 years.
Vero Software says Latin America is a great new opportunity following in the footsteps of the excellent reported growth by Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence last year.  It is a new focus for direct and indirect Vero software sales. Resellers are excited to have a leader who understands the internal dynamics of the company, as well as the culture and its customers — a key factor in the success of conducting business in Latin America.
“I am extremely enthusiastic about working with the brand leaders and very optimistic about the growth opportunities in these key markets,” Woodall said. “The possibilities are endless and the breadth of product offerings gives us the competitive advantage to service each customer as one company.”

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