Vero Software Reseller Conference at HxGN Live Presented a Bright Future with Hexagon Metrology
Vero Software hosted its first reseller conference as a Hexagon company at HxGN Live early this month, when it detailed for resellers the benefits of being part of a successful company interested in integrating computer-aided-manufacturing (CAM) software with metrology equipment to improve manufacturing processes.
“HxGN Live was a wonderful opportunity for our resellers to see firsthand that Hexagon is a great technology company and a very supportive parent to Vero, as well as to better understand our strategy going forward,” said Steve Sivitter, CEO of Vero Software. “It was an inspiring event for all.” Vero Software’s annual reseller conference is a forum for resellers across the Vero brands, with a technical focus on the latest upgrades and how those upgrades translate to benefits for customers. Included in the conference lineup were resellers for Vero Software’s ALPHACAM, CABINET VISION, EDGECAM, RADAN, SURFCAM, VISI, and WORKNC product lines.
The conference took place June 1-4 in Las Vegas, Nevada, and was hosted in conjunction with Hexagon’s annual HxGN Live event. Designed to be both educational and inspirational, HxGN Live draws more than 3,000 participants each year.
Addressing conference attendees during the event’s opening keynote address alongside Hexagon Metrology President and CEO Norbert Hanke, Sivitter said that Hexagon’s acquisition of Vero, which took place in late 2014, has been overwhelmingly positive.
“Steve Sivitter's opening session was particularly encouraging,” said Alison Wildblood, CEO of SURFCAM reseller CAMCAD Technologies, Inc. “It's great to know that the Hexagon acquisition means that we have a huge company behind us that is in this business for the long haul — one that focuses on technology development and creativity, and technology sharing among the divisions and brands where it makes sense. We can see a definite plan for the future of manufacturing technology for SURFCAM and our customers.”