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11/2/2017

Vero Software Offers Training at Hexagon Facility in Wisconsin

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he training courses focus on Edgecam, Surfcam and Surfcam Traditional.

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In an effort to continue expanding its service and support, Vero Software now offers software training opportunities for Edgecam and Surfcam users in Wisconsin and surrounding states.

Based at the Waukesha, Wisconsin, facility of Vero’s parent company, Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence, the courses will cover Edgecam, Surfcam, and Surfcam Traditional. They are designed to teach users how to maximize the benefits of each solution. Edgecam and Surfcam are computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) software packages.

Customers interested in attending training at the new location are encouraged to contact Sales Account Manager Bill Horvat at 866-675-6551 (ext. 5407) or at bill.horvat@verosoftware.com.

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