Renee Raven Joins CT Core Technologies

CT Core Technologies welcomes its newest North American team member, account manager Renee Raven.

Rossford, OH, March 06, 2010 --( For Renee Raven, joining CT Core Technologies was a no-brainer.

Renee is CT’s new Account Manager; she has been involved with computer-aided design (CAD) data translations since 1994. Prior to her sales career, she was a project manager for Netlink (formerly Internet Operations Center); her duties included technical writing, project management and interaction with the sales team. Renee enjoyed sales so much that she decided to make it her full-time gig.

As the newest member of the sales team, Renee will be working on key accounts throughout the United States, primarily targeting automotive and aerospace industries. New business development and the management of existing accounts will round out her daily workload.

Renee is excited about her new position with CT and is especially looking forward to the selling approach CT has established. “I think this team approach to selling is going to be my success; David Selliman, Vice President of North America for CT Core Technologies has fostered a unique environment with incentives to work together.”

Renee, a native of Michigan, lives in Dearborn, with her husband and three children. When Renee is not working, she enjoys reading, outdoor activities, camping and traveling to Michigan’s natural wonders.

Renee can be reached at, or at (313) 617-3553.

About Core Technologies
CT Core Technologies is a leading global provider of 3D CAD data conversion software. Our mission is to optimize MCAD interoperability in the value-added design chain and to develop customized solutions for PLM integration and process automation. Optimizing your data exchange with customers, sub-suppliers and engineering partners with a loss-free conversion and automatic healing of 3D models is our goal. 3D_Evolution® conversion engine supports all primary CAD formats, allowing users to access the data without a CAD license. The software allows the ability to heal surfaces within seconds through new faces, while at the same time correcting edge curves and basic surfaces. The well known healing functions for the removal of over-lapping and gaps, as well as the stitching for generation of continuous transitions between faces, have been accelerated through algorithm optimizing. The software is modular in build and has an easy to use GUI. A scripting language makes all functions also available in batch mode.

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