Planit Canada is adding to its service team.
Anthony Peretu and Elise Findlay, both with impressive experience behind them, are ready to hit the ground running with basic training, simple software installations and troubleshooting, while the techs will continue to do the more complex work – creating User Created Standards, machine posts and large network installs.
Planit says they’ve seen many of their customers use last two months to train staff, upgrade software, install the new version, revamp processes and even acquire new machinery.
“We’ve seen a lot of this type of continuous improvement among our clients and we couldn’t be happier to help.”
Anthony Peretu’s background in residential architecture and kitchen design lends him an excellent understanding of construction methods and a passion for solving the unique challenges associated with building beautiful things.
“A true gent with a reassuring manner, he’s just the kind of guy you want to hear on the phone when your system is down or when you’re struggling to learn a new software.”
“Equipping clients with tools that maximise the potential of production processes while they enjoy their creative passions and scale up their businesses is such a delight for me,” Peretu says.
“I would love to continue driving the future of woodwork production through technology, while supporting the growth of such an Innovative and vital Industry
Elise Findlay, a surfer/snowboarder with boundless energy, has been a cabinetmaker for six years and a Cabinet Vision user for two, focusing on drafting and CNC programming.
Currently attending the Alberta University of the Arts in Calgary, majoring in Drawing with a minor in 3D Object Design where she explores digital and technological possibilities in connection with the production of artwork.
Elise will be working for Planit Canada full-time during the summer and part-time during school.
“There is something really special to be found at the intersection of technology and creativity and I look forward to helping remove any impediments to this process and to the productivity that emerges from it,” Findlay saes.
“My aim is to not only solve problems, but to help give our clients the tools they need to remain competitive, innovative, and creative in the woodworking industry.”