The revisions are designed to make customers more efficient and profitable. The features include undo and redo; drag leads; a search for jobs in the database; and CSV quotes, which can be imported to QuickBooks for invoicing or to ERP/MRP software.
“This release features several improvements inspired by our user base,” states Chris Pollard, a product manager for Hypertherm CAD/CAM software products. “The undo feature was one of the top suggestions we received from customers, so we knew we had to get it into this release and we’re super excited to see it come to fruition. It’s all about listening to our customers and making the incremental improvements that make their jobs easier.”
Hypertherm Inc. (Hanover, NH), which will be in Fabtech Booths A-4449 and B-17021, is a U.S.-based manufacturer of industrial cutting systems and software.
The company engineers and manufactures industrial cutting products used by companies around the world to build ships, airplanes, and railcars; construct steel buildings; manufacture heavy equipment and more. Its products also include cutting systems, CNCs, and software trusted for performance and reliability, resulting in increased productivity and profitability for businesses.
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