New management announced at Enfocus

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Enfocus, an industry leader in PDF quality control, advanced PDF editing and workflow automation for the printing and graphic arts industry, recently made important changes in management affecting several key roles and responsibilities.

Wim Fransen.

After three years of service as General Manager of Enfocus, Wim Fransen has accepted a new challenge at its parent company, Esko. “We are very grateful for Wim’s contributions to the development and growth of Enfocus. He’s sure to be a success in his new role at Esko,” Enfocus said. Fransen added: “I’ve enjoyed my time at Enfocus and I’m very grateful for the opportunities I’ve had, to work with an extraordinary team. I’m leaving Enfocus with peace of mind, knowing that the organization is strong and in good hands.”

Tomas Van Rossom.

Effective immediately, Tomas Van Rossom will succeed Fransen as General Manager of Enfocus. Van Rossom has been with Enfocus since 2016. He started his career at Enfocus as Sales Operations Manager and has been Enfocus’ Sales Director, leading the global sales team covering OEM sales, channel sales and e-commerce since 2017. “I’m excited to take on the role of General Manager and I’m looking forward to continuing the success of Enfocus,” he said. “We have great people and products in the pipeline, and I’m confident that, together with our partners, we’ll continue to deliver winning print services to print service providers around the world. It’s been an enormous privilege to lead this wonderful organization.”

The Enfocus Management team, as of January 1, 2021, also includes:

  • Head of Product Management (to be announced)
  • Liesbet Olbrechts has accepted a new challenge at Esko, and the company is currently in the process of appointing a new head of Product Management.
  • Head of Sales (to be announced)
  • Head of Customer Success: Tim Bernaerdt
  • Head of Marketing: Piet De Pauw
  • Head of Support: Carine Bastiaen
  • Head of R&D: Kristof Kemseke

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