New CADENAS sales contact supports UK customers in digitalization
International software manufacturer advises British component manufacturers on the marketing of their digital twins directly on site
More and more British component manufacturers already rely on intelligent product data as digital twins as part of their digitization strategy and thus increase the global marketing of their components with the help of the eCATALOGsolutions technology by CADENAS. Since the beginning of June 2021, Jack Salthouse has been advising and supporting CADENAS customers as well as interested parties in the United Kingdom and Ireland on the topic of Electronic CAD Product Catalogs as Key Account Manager. Jack Salthouse already has a wide range of experience in the sales field, especially in selling technical products: "I enjoy communicating with clients and supporting them in implementing their business strategies with the help of technical solutions."
His work focuses on both the technical aspects and the business factors and successes: "CADENAS offers its customers great intelligent software solutions. And the best part is that the concrete return on investment for companies is immediately apparent," says Jack Salthouse, Key Account Manager at CADENAS. "I'm really looking forward to working closely and sharing ideas with other companies and the CADENAS team."
CADENAS Solutions UK Ltd.
Units 1-4 Crossley Farm Business Centre
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BS36 1RH Bristol
Digital transformation with eCATALOGsolutions as key factor for component manufacturers
The eCATALOGsolutions technology powered by CADENAS enables component manufacturers to provide digital product data as digital twins with extensive, intelligent additional information, such as kinematics, maximum acceleration and deceleration or working spaces. This allows technical product data to be made available in exactly the way that engineers, designers, planners and architects can download them in 150 neutral and native CAD formats, such as NX, Solid Edge, Archicad, Inventor, Revit or CATIA, and integrate them into their designs without much effort.