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SAi Appoints New EnRoute Product Manager

Philippe Meyer will oversee the software positioning and identify wider opportunities.

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SA International (SAi; Sarasota, FL) has announced that Philippe Meyer has been appointed as EnRoute product manager.

Based at SAi’s European headquarters near Brussels, Belgium, Meyer will take responsibility for SAi’s EnRoute CAD/CAM design software. Meyer will manage updates and developments to EnRoute, oversee the product’s positioning and identify wider business opportunities for the software. This will see him work closely with the product management and technical/sales teams, as well as SAi’s extensive global reseller channel, per a press release from the company.

Philippe Meyer

Meyer joined SAi in 2015, originally in a technical support role for both EnRoute and Flexi. He subsequently became technical sales manager for Oceania, before assuming his latest role – the technical aspect of which he cites as being a primary attraction.

“EnRoute is a truly feature-rich software that provides a unique combination of 2D and 3D design and toolpath capabilities for CNC routers, lasers, plasma, waterjet and knife cutters,” stated Meyer in the release.

“Having started his career with us at SAi, Phillipe quickly demonstrated a level of all-round expertise, most notably a strong technical aptitude. He has, in a relatively short space of time, amassed a solid level of expertise of EnRoute and is committed to ensuring it maintains its worthy place as the foremost software package for CNC users across multiple application areas,” said Don Feagan, president and COO, SAi, in the release.

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