Creo Appoints Stan Coleman to Lead Printing Workflow Solutions
Press release from the issuing company
VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA -- May 16, 2002 -- Creo Inc. announces the appointment of Stan Coleman as corporate vice president of printing workflow solutions at Creo. Mr. Coleman will lead the 250-employee product group from the Burnaby headquarters of the prepress manufacturer of hardware and software systems for the graphic arts industry.
Stan Coleman joined Creo in 1996 as a systems engineer and went on to become one of the chief architects of the Prinergy(r) workflow management system, one of the company's leading software products. Recently Mr. Coleman served as operations manager and engineering lead in the workflow group. He succeeds Judi Hess who was appointed president of the graphic arts division earlier this year.
"Stan brings a wealth of knowledge about our workflow products, our customers and our culture to this leadership role, " said Ms. Hess. "In his new role, Stan will drive the overall business and direction for workflow within Creo." The printing workflow solutions group includes core technologies as well as software products for the graphic arts publishing, prepress and printing industries.
Mr. Coleman holds a Bachelor degree of Applied Science in Engineering Physics from the University of British Columbia. Prior to joining Creo, he worked with MacDonald Dettwiler & Associates Ltd. for nine years, initially as a software engineer, and later as an engineering manager. His work involved the design and implementation of projects involving satellite image processing, aeronautical information processing and sidescan sonar processing.
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