Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence production software business hires two new members

January 27, 2020 - 02:00pm

Account managers Brian Basiliere and Kyle Inman have been hired to manage accounts for users of Hexagon production software. The Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence production software business has hired two new team members in support of its metalcutting software, including EDGECAM, NCSIMUL, SMIRT, SURFCAM and WORKNC.

New account managers Basiliere and Inman will provide support and facilitate services for new and existing customers of the production software solutions in Southern California and Indiana.

Account manager Brian Basiliere

Basiliere, who will service accounts in Southern California, attended Merrimack College in Andover, Massachusetts. His career includes over 15 years of sales experience in various industries, and for the past five years he’s specialized in workflow automation software.

Basiliere’s prior work history also included a position with Spring Technologies, in which he gained extensive experience with manufacturing technology and served users of the NCSIMUL simulation solution for manufacturing. Spring Technologies was acquired by Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence, and NCSIMUL is among the products offered in its production software suite.

Account manager Kyle Inman

Inman attended Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. His background includes over eight years of sales experience, and most recently he held positions in the manufacturing industry working for machine tool distribution and cutting tool companies.

“I enjoy helping customers find the most effective solutions to their manufacturing problems,” Inman said.

Related Glossary Terms

  • metalcutting ( material cutting)

    metalcutting ( material cutting)

    Any machining process used to part metal or other material or give a workpiece a new configuration. Conventionally applies to machining operations in which a cutting tool mechanically removes material in the form of chips; applies to any process in which metal or material is removed to create new shapes. See metalforming.


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