Intermac America and Canada held its Spring Inside Event from April 19-20 in Charlotte, N.C.

Attendees experienced a wide range of Intermac’s 4.0-ready machines, systems and software during the event. Intermac’s Master Series 38.5, Vertmax 2.2 and Genius CT-Red were among the machines under power for customer demos.

“It was an honor for us to host such a wide range of manufacturers from across North America,” said Carey Brayer, glass division vice president at Intermac America and Canada. “Intermac is committed to developing and delivering Industry 4.0 solutions to every company without regard to size and making digital factories a reality for all our customers.”

Attendees at this year’s event also had the opportunity to participate in an expanded list of industry seminars. These sessions included a special preview of SOPHIA, Intermac’s new Internet of Things service platform and parts portal.

Carey Brayer, right, presents the Selci Circle Award to John Taraso.

Intermac also presented the Selci Circle Awards in recognition of the top sales performances of 2017. The new Selci Circle Award was developed by Intermac to recognize top performing area managers for their achievements, not only in sales, but overall excellence in all aspects of territory management and customer commitment.

John Taraso, who has been with Intermac Canada since 2006 and based in Toronto, captured the Selci Circle Award for the glass division.

“Even more than the sales achieved by John, his dedication to customers and genuine passion to help them find production solutions embody what this award is all about,” said Brayer.

In the stone division, Rob Donahue garnered the Selci Circle Award for his performance in the Southeastern U.S. region. Donahue joined Intermac in 2016 and is based in Winston-Salem, N.C.

“The Selci Circle Award is designed to acknowledge those who go above and beyond a number,” said Michele Ragno, vice president of sales for the stone division at Intermac. “Nobody reflects that more than Rob and he is a highly deserving winner of this year’s award.

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