Simulation software Growing demand prompts sales team expansion at CG Tech
The developer of Vericut verification, simulation and optimisation software, CG Tech, has expanded its team of sales professionals in response to growing customer demand.
With the internal promotion of Dave Woolams from Technical Support Engineer to Sales Engineer, CG Tech wants to ensure even better support for customers in the UK. The company has also recruited two new Technical Support Engineers as it continues to strengthen across all business functions.
An apprentice-trained toolmaker, Woolams worked for many years at a global metrology company, primarily with responsibility for the company’s in-house CNC machining function. He soon progressed to CAM development engineer, using Siemens NX CADCAM software and Vericut on a daily basis. Woolams joined CG Tech in 2017 as a Technical Support Engineer, providing UK customers with vital support in problem-solving, development work and more.
In 2022, CG Tech succeeded in growing its UK customer base, deeming it necessary to create an extra Sales Engineer position and take the team from five to six.
Reporting directly to Ravenscroft, Woolams is based in the southwest and will cover Gloucestershire, Worcestershire, Bristol, Somerset, Dorset, Devon and Cornwall. He is also responsible for customers in Wales and Northern Ireland.
Despite Woolams moving to a new role, CG Tech has left no gaps in its technical support function. In fact, the company recruited two new Technical Support Engineers in 2022, Paul Gubb and Neil Yates, to ensure Vericut users continue to receive a first-class response to technical enquiries.