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Two new appointments at Planit Fusion

Published: 28 October 2009
Colin Seaton returns to company in the role of area sales manager (south), while Aaron Green takes up position as support officer.
Two new appointments at Planit Fusion
Mr Seaton spent four years with Planit before running his own business as an import agent for kitchen and bathroom products for seven years.

Recently welcomed back into the fold as the company's new area sales manager (south), Mr Seaton says he will be working hard to build relationships between manufacturers and 2020 fusion to increase the company's user base in the UK. "I will be trying very hard to maintain 2020 fusion as the number one choice in the UK for CAD design and it is lovely to be back," he explained.

Planit Fusion's new support officer Aaron Green is BCA Certified in E-Commerce, web design and networking solutions, and his educational background focuses on various aspects of computer technology. He commented on his new role: "My aim is to continue to maintain Planit Fusion's high level of support thanks to a customer orientated demeanour and working knowledge of software technology."

Outside of work, Mr Green writes freelance for a number of websites and develops websites for local businesses and charities.

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