Gemvision’s Jeff High to relocate to Lafayette, LA
(LAFAYETTE. La.) – In order to provide the jewelry industry with a continuous flow of the latest technology and digital solutions, Stuller has invited Gemvision founder and president Jeff High, to relocate from Iowa to their global headquarters in Lafayette, LA. Jeff will assume the role of executive vice president, Gemvision and innovation solutions.The prime manufacturer formed a strategic partnership with the jewelry software company in 2009 with the goal of enhancing customization tools for retail jewelers. The partnership produced CounterSketch Studio, a 3D jewelry design platform that allows retailers to work alongside their customers in creating one-of-a-kind custom jewelry pieces.
“Jeff’s wealth of experience on the technology side of the industry aligns perfectly with our goal of bringing the latest in virtual solutions to independent retailers,” says Jay Jackson, Stuller president and CEO. “We’re excited that he’s accepted our invitation to relocate to Lafayette and look forward to the valuable insight he’ll bring to our operation.”
In his new role, Jeff will continue his responsibilities with Gemvision, but will coordinate the activities between it and Stuller. His innovation solutions role will better leverage his knowledge and experience in order to bring the full benefits of digital technology to the jewelry industry.
“Gemvision and Stuller share a passion of providing innovative solutions for jewelers,” says High. “Our partnership thus far has produced impressive results and I’m looking forward to having the opportunity to work more closely with this team.”