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Datamax-O’Neil Appoints Jan Mariën Product Manager EMEA

Sep 1 2013, 3:13am CDT | by PR.com

Experienced expert for printing solutions supports customized product development for the EMEA market.

Bourg-lès-Valence, France, September 01, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Datamax-O’Neil, a leading manufacturer of stationary, vehicle mount, portable label and receipt printers, has named Jan Mariën as...

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Datamax-O’Neil Appoints Jan Mariën Product Manager EMEA

Sep 1 2013, 3:13am CDT | by PR.com

Experienced expert for printing solutions supports customized product development for the EMEA market.

Bourg-lès-Valence, France, September 01, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Datamax-O’Neil, a leading manufacturer of stationary, vehicle mount, portable label and receipt printers, has named Jan Mariën as Product Manager EMEA. The new position has been created to even better fulfil the special requirements of customers in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Jan Mariën is managing the development of Datamax-O’Neil’s product lines in the EMEA region. His focus is on further optimising the printing technology and expanding the solutions by adding new purpose-built features for the regional market. He is also responsible for identifying emerging market and product requirements as well as positioning Datamax-O’Neil’s products and services in an optimum way based on comprehensive competitive research. Moreover, Jan Mariën supports product launches and marketing activities.

“We are delighted to welcome Jan Mariën in his new position as Product Manager EMEA,” explains Christian Bischoff, Regional General Manager EMEA at Datamax-O’Neil. “He takes over an important strategic task in which he can fully contribute his extensive experience and know how. This enables us to offer our customers and partners in the EMEA region optimized products and services that even better meet their requirements.”

Jan Mariën has been with Datamax-O’Neil for eight years and has extensive background in stationary, mobile and portable printing solutions for the most diverse applications. As Key Account and Alliance Director EMEA he was responsible for expanding the presence of Datamax-O’Neil in the horizontal and vertical markets of the EMEA region, working closely with alliance partners and international key accounts. He will continue this successful work with his new assignment.

Contact Information:
Datamax-O'Neil
Beatrice Gaczensky
+49 (0)69 970705 42
Contact via Email
www.datamax-oneil.com

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