Here are 20 software tools that veterans should be aware of to make a strong impression during job interviews:

1.    Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)

2.    Customer Relationship Management (CRM) systems (Salesforce, Hubspot)

3.    Project Management tools (Asana, Trello, Monday)

4.    Graphic design software (Adobe Creative Suite, Canva)

5.    Video editing software (Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, Lightworks)

6.    Data analysis tools (Excel, Tableau, PowerBI)

7.    Virtual meeting platforms (Zoom, Skype, Google Meet)

8.    Content management systems (WordPress, Joomla, Drupal)

9.    Cloud computing platforms (Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud)

10. Human resource management systems (Workday, ADP, BambooHR)

11. Marketing automation tools (Hubspot, Marketo, Pardot)

12. Web analytics tools (Google Analytics, Mixpanel, Piwik)

13. Accounting and financial software (QuickBooks, Xero, Wave)

14. Inventory management systems (Fishbowl, SAP, Oracle NetSuite)

15. Collaboration and teamwork tools (Slack, Microsoft Teams, Notion)

16. Electronic signature platforms (DocuSign, Adobe Sign, HelloSign)

17. IT helpdesk and ticketing systems (Zendesk, Freshdesk, ServiceNow)

18. E-commerce platforms (Shopify, Magento, BigCommerce)

19. Web development tools (HTML, CSS, JavaScript, React, Angular)

20. Cybersecurity software (Symantec, McAfee, Norton, Bitdefender)

The knowledge of these software tools will not only show potential employers that you are tech-savvy but also demonstrate your willingness to learn and adapt to new technologies.