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DWM Magazine's Drew Vass talks to FeneTech's Matt Batcha about technology's future amid COVID-19

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If advancement is a product of necessity, COVID-19 could make enterprise- based software and automation permanent linchpins for door and window manufacturing. As more employees work from home, software providers say they're leaning on features that connect to the workplace remotely including production lines. At the same time, machinery makers say the pandemic has reinforced the need for automation to facilitate social distancing.

[KLAIPEDA, LITHUANIA, October 2019] GLASSBEL, based in Klaipeda, Lithuania, has recently selected software specialist FeneTech, creator of FeneVision ERP software, as their new long-term software partner. FeneTech and UAB GLASSBEL finalized the agreement during a meeting in late October 2019 at GLASSBEL’s Klaipeda factory.


From left to right GLASSBEL CEO Prof. Dmitri Sobolevski, FeneTech Europe CEO Horst Mertes, GLASSBEL IT Director Saulius Banys, GLASSBEL, Executive Director Anna Rusetskaya, GLASSBEL CCO Valdas Virbalas

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Smaller window and door makers have fewer resources to invest in improvements, overcome downturns or counter aggressive competition. This makes Seaway Manufacturing, a modest-sized window, door and sunroom company based in equally modest Erie, Pennsylvania, notable.

FenU:  FeneTech CEO Ron Crowl on why our most forward thinking customers enroll in FeneVision University

  FeneVision University LogoFeneVision University is a comprehensive continuing education program created and developed by FeneTech where customers train together in a classroom-like setting over the web. Courses have been designed for customers on the User, Configuration, and Advanced levels. Participants can also  attend single classes in order to review a specific area of FeneVision. Ron Crowl, FeneTech President & CEO describes the advantages to enrolling in FenU.