The update for the New Hampshire-based plasma and laser machining company’s ProNest software increases functionality while making the program easier for designers to use.
The software update also allows current ProNest subscribers to join a Customer Experience Improvement Program (CEIP) that allows users to communicate with Hypertherm about possible improvements or developments to future software releases.
“Our culture at Hypertherm is to continuously improve,” said Derek Weston, Hypertherm software product marketing manager. “The people using ProNest software day in and day out are a great source of ideas and we work hard to listen to our customers and make improvements they will find valuable.”
Hypertherm recently detailed its corporate dedication to community outreach and environmental stewardship in a release describing philanthropic and volunteer work performed by employees.