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GMC Announces Key Personnel Changes

Thursday, April 09, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

Boston, Massachusetts and Appenzell, Switzerland – GMC Software Technology, today announced key promotions in its leadership team and a new product management structure.

Zbyn?k Hodic, former President of Research and Development, has been promoted to Chief Technology Officer (CTO). Hodic joined GMC in 1999 as a PostScript programmer, went on to become departmental head in 2001 and in just two short years, accepted the position of President and Head of Development at GMC’s Czech Republic subsidiary. His education includes degrees from Charles University in Prague as well as Hradec Kralove. Hodic will report directly to Dr. René Müller, CEO.

Bill Parker, previously Vice President of Marketing, has been promoted to Chief Marketing Officer (CMO). Parker joined GMC in 1997 to develop the sales and support operation for the UK and Scandinavian markets, becoming Managing Director of the UK Office in 1999. “It’s a dream job, even after working with PrintNet daily for the last twelve years I still have a passion for the product and I know that is how our customers feel too. My key task now, is to continue to build market awareness for GMC Software, Parker will also report directly to Dr. René Müller, CEO.

Product Analysts in GMC’s product management team have also been reorganized in line with the company’s core software offerings--PrintNet Designer, Portal Builder, PrintNet Connect, PrintNet Interactive, WebCenter, WebProof, AFP2IPDS, Open Document Publisher and PrintNet PA. The Product Analyst team will work closely with GMC’s sales organization to field feature requests and participate in pre- and post sales customer visits and support.

Commenting on the changes, CEO René Müller said, “While many companies have been challenged by the global economic conditions that face our industry, GMC experienced significant revenue growth in 2008 and predicts the same for 2009. As a result, we have invested in our most valuable asset, the people who continue to show leadership qualities and who are responsible for the products and services that have made GMC Software Technology the award winning company it is today.”

 

 

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