Princeton, NJ – 7th May, 2007 -- To implement new NewsWay newspaper workflow installations and to provide enhanced support to existing customers, Tony Restus, previously employed by alfaQuest Technologies as a software support engineer and also with 13 years with Autologic and Agfa as a senior systems support specialist; software engineer Avi Jenkins, who has transferred from ProImage Israel; and Saleem Ahmed, with eight years experience as a senior installation engineer with SII and net-linx Publishing Solutions have all joined ProImage America, bringing with them extensive customer support experience.
In addition Keith McMahon, with seven years in pre-press production with the New York Times, and Tony Wei Xiong, with a Masters degree in Computer Sciences from the University of Northern Virginia, have also joined the ProImage customer support team.
Meanwhile Dave Pendergraft has joined the company to focus on the sale in North America of NewsWay Blaze, a cost-effective yet fully featured ‘out of the box’ total workflow solution for mid to smaller-sized newspapers and commercial web operations, especially those planning a move to CtP. “Combining NewsWay Blaze along with OnColor Eco for press ink-savings we provide a powerful and very cost-effective solution, that works perfectly,” said Mr. Pendergraft. “I am delighted to be joining the ProImage team.”
“With 19 years of hands-on printing production and management, followed by 12 years in technical support, sales and management with Agfa, Dave Pendergraft has the perfect experience to help us, and our customers, successfully meet the future,” added John Ialacci, president, ProImage America.
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