Awards & Engraving

November '17

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A&E NOVEMBER 2017 • a-e-mag.com 11 lucky," she tells A&E magazine, adding that what first attracted her to the position and company was the atmosphere. "The warmness and sincerity of all the people who work here is definitely what drew me to (Heat Transfer Warehouse)." Since joining the team, Worner says she feels right at home in her new position. "(I'm) loving every part of it—keeping busy, learning more, dealing with new challenges, and getting to know everyone here. This is exactly the place I've been looking for. I feel like all the things I've done have led up to me finally finding the place I was meant to be for work." The new customer service representative also adds that she's looking forward to contributing to the future success of the com- pany. "I hope to be an asset to the company by being a sincere, friendly person always open to learning new things and staying positive through everything," Worner explains. InkSoft Announces Two New Additions InkSoft welcomes two new additions to the company. Jason Scholefield joins the company as its new product designer. With former clients such as Barrow Brain and Spine, GORE-TEX, Isagenix, Cable ONE, Honeywell, Phoenix Children's Hospital, Saint Vincent DePaul, and the Salt River Project, Scholefield's background will help him bring new and exciting ideas to the InkSoft design team, the company says. "In my previous career, I was a user experi- ence architect at LaneTerralever for over 10 years. From website design, email templates, front-end development, and graphic design to user testing and managing small teams, I always pride myself in creating a meaningful experience for my clients," he adds. "I look forward to delivering this to all of you, the InkSoft customers." InkSoft also announces the addition of Joey Brasch as the company's newest developer to the team. After spending the last three years doing development for a digital agency, Brasch has worked with a variety of clients and has hit the ground running in his new position, the company says. "At Inksoft, I am looking forward to narrowing my focus to one company and making InkSoft software the number one tool for your shop," Brasch says. Scholefield Brasch

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