Overseeing our Connect product line, Michael brings the North American voice to the Enfocus Product management team in order to deliver even more innovative and valuable solutions to Enfocus customers.
Prior to joining Enfocus, Reiher was most recently the Director of Sales and Marketing for Dynagram. He previously held the positions of Senior Product Manager in the Adobe/Aldus Prepress Division at Adobe Systems, Inc.; Director of Marketing and Business Development at Imaging Partners, Inc.; General Manager at LizardTech, Inc.; Director of Marketing at Imation Publishing Software (Luminous Corp.); and Marketing Manager at Moore Corp., Interactive Marketing Solutions.
Print 2017 started this past Sunday, and the crowd is full of energy this year as they search for solutions to improve their print business.
At the Enfocus booth (#255) the energy from attendees has been extremely high. From the opening of the show on Sunday through Monday, it’s been a non-stop flow of attendees stopping by to learn anything from what’s new with Pitstop Pro, to trying to solve an automation challenge. In particular, there’s been lots of interest and excitement about the new PDF Review Module for Switch 2017.
If we were to ask you to draw the Nike logo, would you be able to do it (pun intended)? How about the McDonalds logo? And the Mercedes-Benz logo? Chances are you’d sketch all three of them flawlessly without thinking. That’s because they all have one thing in common: they’re fantastic examples of great brand logos. Are you a graphic designer looking to create the next great brand logo destined for the hall of fame? Then we’ve got a few tips lined up for you!
Anyone who works in the Print Industry knows that printers need to be constantly learning and adapting if they are to succeed. To help you keep pace with these changes, Enfocus created the Virtual Safari.
Workflow automation is indispensable to the printing industry. The best automated workflow is extended to where it all begins: the customer’s desktop.
Being an in-plant printer is different from being a commercial printer. Michael Reiher explains the challenges of getting a printable PDF file from a diverse user base.