Standard Finishing Systems, a well-known supplier of print finishing equipment, has recently announced four key management changes at the company. Standard says the realignment of its management team will “better align the company for continued growth.”
Mark Hunt has been named as the new Director of Strategic Alliances. He will work with the sales team to strengthen and expand relationships with partners, suppliers, channels and key customers. He will also manage key product development and go-to-market projects. Hunt has served in various marketing positions since joining Standard in 1991.
Don Dubuque, who has been with Standard since 1998, is taking on full responsibility for the marketing team as Senior Marketing Manager. He will oversee all marketing related activities including outbound communications, lead generation and events.
Paul Steinke will transition into the role of National Account Manager, providing individualized sales attention to key accounts. Steinke’s addition to the national account team, alongside existing National Account Manager Bruce Beiderman, will allow the company to effectively serve more accounts.
Dan Desmond has been promoted to Business Manager, VIVA Inspection and KAS Mailing Systems. Since joining Standard in 1991, he has held diverse management positions in service, sales and marketing.
In addition to the management changes at the company, Standard has also hired Jack Mathews as Business Manager, Office Production Systems. He will facilitate the sale of the Standard reprographic and entry-level finishing systems portfolio through dealer channels. He served most recently as a sales manager for Baumfolder, and has over 20 years of graphic arts industry experience.
“These changes come at the right time with the right people, as our company evolves along with the print industry,” said David Reny, Executive VP. “Mark, Don, Paul and Dan have each played a strong professional role shaping Standard’s business, and Jack is a welcome addition. We look forward to this team making high-impact contributions as they assume new responsibilities.”