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Growth Continues for Microvellum’s Team

 Monday, July 4, 2022

Microvellum continues to grow as it adds eight new members to its diverse team! This growth provides continued support for the company as demand for its products increases throughout the North American, Europe and Australasian markets.

“We are proud to have a crew that lives our three core values; to be authentic, create positive outcomes and deliver rock-solid service, through and through each day,” says David Fairbanks, President of Microvellum Software.

The following individuals may have unique backgrounds, capabilities and experience, but they all have one thing in common—they are an asset to Microvellum and the company is excited to have them on board. Introducing,

RJ Pranski, Product Training Analyst (US), started his career in cabinetry over 20 years ago, working as an apprentice on the shop floor. He quickly realized he had a passion for the trade. From there, Pranski pursued furthering his skills as a lead builder and installer. In 2013, he became a lead engineer working with Microvellum software for a cabinet manufacturer in southern California. The knowledge and experience gained from those roles has lead him to his current position as a Product Training Analyst.

“I am excited to be part of the team that will provide training and insight to help our clients’ continued growth and success.”

Colin Bailey, Field Services and Technical Support Specialist (UK), is a creative person who loves to be innovative and cultivate new things. With a degree in Fine Art and a background in art, design, carpentry, joinery and Microvellum itself, he has gained in-depth industry and software experience.

“I am eager to use my professional experiences to support our clients on their journey with their software.”

Eddyjohn Cox, Field Services and Technical Support Specialist (AU), has had an interest in technical drawing, drafting and woodcraft since high school. This lead him to choose a trade as a shopfitter joiner. For the past 20 years, Cox has honed his skills using CAD (Computer-Aided Design) software and CNC machinery to build, design and innovate cabinetry to fit the customer brief and space required. He believes the devil’s in the detail and if you miss the smallest detail, you miss the big picture.

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