Stephan Reiter joins CGS as Director, Strategic Alliances

Written by topadmin IN Press Releases 26Jul 2013

Reiter’s long experience with Xerox and EFI further strengthens CGS’ team in the color management of digital presses.

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Hainburg, Germany / Minneapolis MN, (March 16, 2011) – CGS Publishing Technologies International today announced that Stephan Reiter has joined CGS Europe as Director, Strategic Alliances with the responsibility of coordinating the relationships with strategic partners in digital printing markets.

After a long career within Xerox Deutschland, most recently as Business Manager, Production Systems, Reiter brings 27 years of experience in the printing industry, including that of European Sales Director for Electronics for Imaging where he was responsible for establishing the sales organization and distribution strategy.

“With over 17 years management experience in our industry, Stephan is the man for the job and we are delighted to be able to attract him into our young and growing digital sales team. He has an intimate knowledge of the customer needs in this fast moving market and a host of contacts with manufacturers, customers and service providers. He has proved, in many positions, his exceptional skill in building distribution channel and business strategies and, as part of the CGS team, he will have a significant impact on our future success with ORIS Color Management and workflow solutions both with customers and in partnership with global manufacturers, especially Xerox,” comments Trevor Haworth CEO, CGS Publishing Technologies International.

“I’ve known CGS and their excellent range of products for years. I’ve been particularly impressed by how they have developed solutions that are device independent and tailored especially for the needs of digital printing. I am delighted to be able to bring my extensive experience in this field to CGS and to extend their already market leading position into new areas and new partnerships,” added Stephan Reiter.

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