Striker Systems Expands Customer Service Staff

WHITE HOUSE, Tennessee, August 2, 2011 – Striker Systems is pleased to welcome two new members to our customer service staff, Derek Heard and Homer Vaughn.

Both Derek and Homer have joined our customer service team as Training and Technical Support Specialists.  They will be responsible for all aspects of STRIKER CAD/CAM and Nesting software implementation including system configuration and customer training.  Derek and Homer will also maintain the Striker Systems Help Desk as well as advance training and service documentation.  At Striker Systems we take pride in maintaining an industry leading customer service department.  The addition of these two new members reflects this ongoing commitment.  

Derek Heard is a recent graduate of ITT Technical Institute with an Associates of Applied Science in Computer Drafting and Design.  Derek’s experience include extensive knowledge of AutoCAD, AutoDesk Inventor Professional, AutoDesk Revit, and 3DS Max Design.

Homer Vaughn comes to Striker Systems from Super Home Surplus where his responsibilities included drafting and customer service.  Homer is a graduate of ITT Technical Institute, where he was Salutatorian of his class, with an Associates of Applied Science in Computer Drafting and Design.  Homer has experience with various CAD products including AutoCAD, AutoDesk Revit, and AutoDesk Inventor Professional.

About Striker Systems

Striker Systems is a world leader in the development of CAD/CAM and nesting software for the sheet metal fabrication industry.  For additional information about Striker Systems sheet metal CAD/CAM and nesting software solutions, please visit the Striker Systems web site at www.StrikerSystems.com or call Striker Systems at 800-950-7862.

Striker Systems is a registered trademark of Striker Systems, Division of Computer Design, Inc. 

© 2011 Computer Design, Inc.  All rights reserved.

Editorial Contact:

Nancy Vandewalker, Marketing Communications, 1-800-950-7862 or Email Contact


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  • Dennis Nagy August 03, 2011
    Reviewed by 'Dennis Nagy'
    REALLY! Is this "news" really worthy of a press release? Two new low-level employees get hired--WOW! I'm glad they got a job in this economy, but keep it at that. If you continue to dilute the already overcrowded PR "airwaves" with such stuff, we'll all be even less able to sort out the useful/meaningful news from the way-over-hyped self promotion.

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