Ratcliffe Takes Post as Product Manager for Enovation Graphic Systems
Press release from the issuing company
VALHALLA, N.Y., February 6, 2003 – Enovation Graphic Systems, Inc. has named Tod Ratcliffe as a Product Manager to assist Director of Product Management John Meyer. Ratcliffe will be responsible for the pre-press products that Enovation represents.
"We are evaluating our existing product lines in order to be able to continue our goal of bringing our customers the best options available, now and in the future as new technologies evolve," explained Ratcliffe. "Part of that goal is to expand into the new markets being created by the evolution within our industry."
Ratcliffe worked most recently as an Account Manager for Fujifilm Graphic Systems Division in the New York metro area. In addition to his ten years with Fuji, Ratcliffe spent seven years with Hell Graphic Systems.
"Tod’s strong technical and sales background in the pre-press area will enable him to work closely with manufacturers as well as Enovation’s sales force," commented Meyer. "He can provide the support needed for almost any pre-press product."
About Enovation Graphic Systems, Inc.
The nation’s leading distributor to the graphic communications industry, Enovation Graphic Systems, Inc. offers a full-line of analog and digital consumables, electronic imaging products, software and technical and support services, including: electronic prepress equipment; computer workstations and software; fileservers and networking solutions; consumables and hardware for offset lithography and flexographic printing; pressroom supplies and chemicals; post-press and finishing equipment, and personalized, consultative services.
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