Tebis America (Troy, MI), a leading software company specializing in CAD/CAM systems for design and manufacturing servicing tool, die, mold, automotive and aerospace manufacturing industries, has announced that Jeff Nesbitt is their new business development manager for Canada. The announcement was made by David Klotz, the chief executive officer and president of the company.
Nesbitt brings a strong background in software sales and marketing management and will focus on Canadian business development with a primary focus on the Ontario market. He was most recently with Vero Software as their Canadian sales manager. Prior to that, he spent 12 years as an account manager with Delcam/Autodesk.
“One of our corporate objectives has been an increased presence in Canada and specifically Ontario,” noted Klotz. “Jeff brings a wealth of knowledge to us and a keen understanding of the Canadian market. Along with our recent appointments of a new vice president, sales and global strategic accounts manager, his appointment is but another step in the continuing growth that we are realizing as a company.”
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