Jeff Nesbitt is the new Canadian sales manager for Vero SoftwareClick image to enlarge

Vero Software has hired a new sales manager, Jeff Nesbitt, to support sales of the Vero solutions throughout Canada.

“Jeff brings a wealth of manufacturing experience to this exciting new role, and we are delighted that he has joined the Vero family,” says Nick Spurrett, regional director-Americas for Vero Software. “We are committed to the Canadian manufacturing market and this appointment will assist in the continued growth of all of the Vero solutions in Canada.”

Based in Windsor, ON, Nesbitt is charged with managing Canadian distributors and direct sales of Vero product lines, as well as with increasing overall brand recognition throughout the country.

With a background that includes eight years of practical shop-floor experience and 14 years of working with a CAD/CAM supplier, Nesbitt contributes to Vero an extensive depth and breadth of manufacturing knowledge.

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