Presstek Appoints Mike Chadwick DI Product Manager
Press release from the issuing company
Hudson, NH April 9, 2001 Presstek, Inc., a leading provider of digital laser imaging technology announced that Mike Chadwick has joined the company as DI Product Manager.
Chadwick, previously with CreoScitex America, is now responsible for managing and supporting Presstek‚s DI (Direct Imaging) products in the U.S. and internationally. Working directly with Stan Najmr, Presstek's new Director of DI Marketing, Chadwick will manage current DI customer and partner projects as well as promote Presstek's comprehensive DI capabilities to press manufacturers worldwide. He will also provide internal planning and support for existing and future DI product initiatives.
"Mike Chadwick is another valuable addition to the growing Presstek Sales & Marketing team," says Efrem Lieber, Vice President, Sales, Marketing and
Customer Support. "Mike brings a unique level of expertise and knowledge of the graphics arts industry, having direct experience as both a technology supplier and customer. His background and previous achievements make him the perfect person to support our growing DI presence worldwide."
Chadwick was Product Manager/Product Support Manager for CreoScitex, responsible for beta activity, launch, product reliability and technical escalations of key Scitex products including the Lotem platesetter and Brisque workflow in North and South America. Previous to that, Chadwick was a Partner at Digital Direct/Phoenix Offset, a commercial printer. He joined the printer as part of a merger with Chapman Graphics, Inc. where he was Owner and President.
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