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Esko-Graphics CAD Group Appoints Runtsch Professional Services Manager

Thursday, November 20, 2003

Press release from the issuing company

Gent (Belgium), November 2003 – Esko-Graphics CAD product group announces the appointment of Klaus Runtsch as its new Professional Services Manager. Klaus Runtsch is developer of the die maker production software Quickstrip and Quickcut, which were later bought by Dimensional Impressions and is now owned by Artwork Systems through an acquisition. The 46-year-old German will in particular contribute to project development and planning, as well as technical distribution in the area of CAD for the European market. Klaus Runtsch can look back on 20 years of experience in the field of CAD programming. He was managing director of the European subsidiary of an American CAD/CAM software company. His most recent position was that of a CAD/CAM Product Manager at Artwork Systems. Peter Ogden, CAD Product Group Manager of Esko-Graphics: “Our team needed urgently this experienced and qualified support in the area of Professional Services. We are delighted that we could secure Klaus Runtsch for this function. Esko-Graphics places great importance on his comprehensive experience in the area of CAD software development and planning because we are looking to develop further in this area.” New employee Klaus Runtsch: “Esko-Graphics is a very modern organisation with highly professional staff and this was a convincing factor for me. The working environment is inspiring and stimulates top output. It was important for me to get the chance to work with a team of experts who have been developing quality products for this market. ArtiosCAD is a product that offers unparalleled opportunities. It is a great challenge to bring my experience and skills into the company.”

 

 

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