Presstek Appoints Stephen Sanker as North American Marketing Director DI Press Products
Press release from the issuing company
HUDSON, N.H., Feb. 3 -- Presstek, Inc., a leading provider of direct digital imaging technology, has announced the appointment of Stephen Sanker to the position of North American Marketing Director DI Press Products. With 15 years experience in Sales and Marketing within the graphic arts industry, Sanker will be responsible for developing and supporting programs to further develop the Company's DI press business.
Stephen Sanker has a strong sales and marketing background within the industry. Prior to joining Presstek Stephen held the position of Direct Imaging Sales Manager for six years at Heidelberg USA. Previous to Heidelberg he held various sales and account management positions with Scitex, Eastman Kodak, and Xerox.
"We are pleased to welcome Stephen to our DI team," says Peter Bouchard, general manager of Presstek's off-press business, "He brings a wealth of commercial experience in sales and account management. He also has an excellent degree of knowledge in DI applications and technology, which will prove to be a valuable addition to Presstek."
Stephen Sanker says: "I look forward to meeting the challenges and opportunities offered to me with this position. Presstek has a strong product portfolio and industry-leading partners that are well positioned to meet the short run color printing demands of the digital printing market. I believe DI presses are the most reliable, efficient and profitable printing solutions available to the commercial printer. It is my challenge to support our DI partners and optimize the sales results."
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