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Enfocus Makes Roster Changes

A couple of new faces and an internal move fills open positions on the team.




Enfocus (Gent, Belgium), a provider of workflow automation software for the signage and graphic arts industries, has added two new team members and promoted another.

Yves Sanchez | Davy Verstaen | John Dean

Yves Sanchez | Davy Verstaen | John Dean

Yves Sanchez has been appointed as head of sales. He joins the company from Materialise, where he served as the director of channel management. With 14 years of experience in channel management, business development and indirect sales, he’ll be tasked with establishing partnerships and developing channel-supporting programs in his new role.

Davy Verstaen has been named the product manager for Switch. He joins Enfocus from Dataline Solutions, where he was a project manager and solution architect. He has collected a diversity of experience in the printing industry and recently created the Multipress Connect and Google Drive Connect apps.

John Dean has been promoted to product manager for PitStop after spending the last three years as Enfocus’ marketing content specialist. He has nearly 30 years in print production experience, has used PitStop since the early days and built commercial print shop automation using Switch. His industry knowledge and pre-press expertise comes from working in news print, packaging, commercial shops, book manufacturing and workflow development.

A business unit of Esko, Enfocus partners with software OEMs, vendors and integrators to develop workflow-automation software products, including PitStop, Switch, BoardingPass and Connect.


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