Industry Veteran Marc Olin Joins eProductivity Software as Executive Chairman
eProductivity Software, a leading global provider of industry specific business and production software technology for the packaging and print industries, announced that upon the closing of Symphony Technology Group’s (“STG”) acquisition of the company, Marc Olin, COO and CFO of EFI, is joining the eProductivity Software board of directors as executive chairman.
“When I heard about STG’s investment plans for the Productivity Software business, I became increasingly interested in joining what I know will be a successful future. With the increased focus on driving global organic and inorganic growth and with…the productivity software management team committed to lead the business forward, I knew that this would be a great opportunity to help them realize their vision,” said Olin. “I am impressed with the progress the business has made in recent years and I am excited to be coming back to where I spent most of my career – transformational software technology for the printing and packaging industries,” Olin added.
"We have exciting plans for eProductivity Software to further expand its value proposition to its customers and further accelerate its growth trajectory, leveraging our experience as investors in enterprise software. We are excited to have Marc joining the board as executive chairman, complementing the board with his vast industry experience and market insights,” said William Chisholm, managing partner of STG.
Olin was the founder of the software company that later became the Productivity Software group at EFI. He led the business unit expansion within EFI, before becoming COO and CFO. Olin is a recipient of the NAPL Technical Leadership award, served on the boards of the Graphic Communications Association, Graphic Arts Technical Foundation, and the National Printing Equipment Suppliers.
Attendees of the joint eProductivity Software and EFI Connect 2022 User Conference (January 17th – 20th) will have the opportunity to meet Olin and the eProductivity Software management team and hear the exciting plans for the future. If you have not yet registered for the conference, you can still do so here.
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