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SigmaTEK names Christoph Weber CEO of SigmaNEST GmbH

May 19, 2014 - SigmaTEK Systems LLC announces the appointment of Christoph Weber as CEO for the company’s German office: SigmaNEST Systems GmbH. Mr. Weber will be responsible for the daily operations of the office while also managing sales and customer support throughout Germany, Netherlands, Austria and Switzerland.

Mr. Weber has more than 30 years of sales, project management, and consulting experience; most recently managing fabrication software sales for MesserSoft.  His background includes sales and consulting for IT and enterprise business operations software solutions.  

SigmaTEK President & CEO, Ben TerreBlanche comments:

“We are pleased to welcome Christoph as manager of our German office. We look forward to growing our presence throughout the region under his leadership. Christoph’s industry knowledge and experience, along with that of his staff, will assist fabricators in identify and implementing opportunities for shop floor productivity improvement. We invite current and future members of the SigmaNEST user community throughout all German speaking countries to contact Christoph and learn more about what our new office and staff have to offer.”

SigmaNEST Systems GmbH CEO, Christoph Weber comments:

"During the next decade, the industry will have to cope with major challenges. In particular, new technologies related to the Internet are offering a variety of opportunities on the one hand and on the other hand, those potentials can be utilized to a maximum only in accordance with professional IT-tools. Integration into the internal processes is one of the key tags. With its solutions for CAD/CAM, nesting, MRP and professional complementary tools SigmaTEK provides perfect products to the market as well as comprehensive consulting, project management and support.

With the newly established SigmaNEST Systems GmbH, SigmaTEK is even more powerful in the German speaking countries. Together with our colleagues in the Netherlands, we have a very strong team. So we can ensure that all customers – both, future users, as well as our long-term existing customers – gain the maximum possible benefit from the powerful portfolio and our know-how. We are really looking forward to our new tasks."

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