Dalim Software appoints Graham Blanks as Head of North American Strategic Operations
Press release from the issuing company
Kehl, Germany –Dalim Software, a global leader in the design and development of innovative and automated professional production workflow software for prepress, print, packaging, advertising and publishing, announces that Graham Blanks has joined the company, responsible for the continued development and support of existing strategic operations for Dalim Software in North America. In this role, Mr. Blanks will support the reseller network, work with customers and prospects to help define product and system implementation requirements, and work as an intermediary between customers and product development.
For the past eighteen years, Mr. Blanks has had extensive experience with Dalim Software, both in his customer-facing roles for the company for eight years, as well as in his role as Director of Operations for the UK-based Dalim Software reseller, Turning Point Technologies. An honors graduate of the University of Leicester in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Mr. Blanks has spent most of his professional career in the print and publishing industries. Beyond his experience with Dalim Software, Blanks has worked with a number of other systems integrators and software developers, most recently with WAVE Corporation, Lake Mary, Florida.
Graham has a wide range of experience working with software applications on enterprise-level servers on platforms such as SGI, SUN and Linux. Dalim Software was one of the first companies to embrace Linux as a platform for its software applications.
“Graham is quite unique in that he joins us with a complete perspective of Dalim Software and our applications,” remarks Carol Werlé, CEO of Dalim Software. “He worked with Dalim Software when workflow was in its infancy. Now that he has returned to Dalim Software, he brings an exceptional range of experiences, including work with workflow and asset management systems. He will be an extremely strong asset to Dalim Software in helping to identify product direction, and should be a very welcome resource for our resellers and customers in North America.”
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