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CNC Software, developer of Mastercam CAM software, has hired Nicolas Le Moigne as its director of sales for Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA).

Le Moigne will lead efforts to support the brand’s market position and develop the company’s position as a global leader in manufacturing technology.

Based in Brittany, France, Le Moigne has 21 years of experience working in the CAD/CAM area, from technical positions through sales and management. “I’m very proud to join the CNC Software family at such a critical time of growth,” he said.

 “As we continue to grow our brand and presence, we are thrilled to have Nicolas join our ever-expanding team,” said Sandy Moffat, chief market officer. “He comes to us with a very solid background in the CAM industry, and with experience that will help benefit CNC Software worldwide.”

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