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Tebis America Announces New Sales Positions

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John Kowalczyk is now Senior Manager of Global Strategic Accounts and Mark Cadogan is Vice President of Sales for North America.

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Tebis America (Troy, Michigan), a software company specializing in CAD/CAM systems for design and manufacturing serving the tool, die, mold, automotive and aerospace industries, has appointed John Kowalczyk as Senior Manager of Global Strategic Accounts and Mark Cadogan as Vice President of Sales for North America.

In his new position, Mr. Kowalczyk will manage strategic accounts globally for the company, further strengthening relationships with a number of key customers. He was previously sales manager. He is said to have extensive experience in dealing with the entire range of Tebis products.

Mr. Cadogan will be responsible for all sales in North America, including growing and managing the regional sales force and providing the strategic direction of the company’s sales efforts. Prior to coming to Tebis, Mr. Cadogan was the Vice President of Sales for Canada and the Midwest United States for Autodesk/Delcam. 

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