When Michael Zetzsche received the offer from HOMAG, he did not hesitate for long. "The job fascinated me," says Zetzsche. Now a department head in charge of a team of 40, he develops software to use in control systems for machines. He has the programs tested in HOMAG's technical center for development. For Zetzsche the position is the next logical step in his career. After leaving school he trained as an electronics engineer for energy systems, building switch cabinets. He gained his university entrance qualifications and studied electrical engineering. He honed his programming skills at various mediumsized machine construction and systems engineering companies. Just before the move to Schopfloch, he was a department head at a company that supplied production lines for the automotive industry. His management experience and thoroughknowledge of control technology are useful assets when he implements his first big project for HOMAG - the introduction of a simulation that allows developers to test software on machines that only exist in the virtual realm. A success, which he and his team have worked hard to achieve. Zetzsche says: "We are pretty proud of it."
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