Hamillroad Software Appoints Hans Hjort as Senior Application Specialist

UK prepress company Hamillroad Software has announced the appointment of Hans Hjort as Senior Application Specialist.

With over 20 years of industry experience, Sweden-based Hans Hjort began his career as a prepress operator at Miller Graphics Scandinavia and found success in a range of management positions over the years. . Hans worked as a technical director for Marvaco and more recently as a freelance consultant specializing in prepress, automation and color management.

At Hamillroad, Hans will oversee workflow integrations and software implementations. With extensive experience in color management and extended color gamut (ECG) implementation, Hans will use his prepress expertise to provide customers with additional training and enhanced support.

Hamillroad CEO Andy Cave comments on the nomination; “At Hamillroad, we pride ourselves on building lasting relationships with our customers. From day one, we work with customers to understand their needs and support their business goals. We strive to provide an excellent level of service, which we believe is essential to our success.

“Our staff is highly trained and experienced in all areas of customer service, from initial project management to system installation and deployment, backed up throughout with ongoing technical and sales support.”

“I’m convinced that Hans will be a great asset to the team; he brings a wealth of industry knowledge and prepress experience which will enhance the support we can offer.

Hjort comments: “I am delighted to join Hamillroad. The opportunity to collaborate with the team and learn more about the technology, especially Bellissima, a product that I have admired for some time, is something that excites me. Additionally, the opportunity to work closely with Hamillroad’s customers to drive their growth and success is something I relish. »

2021 has been another year of successful growth for Hamillroad, with a significant increase in the number of customers and the use of technology, which will lead to additional staff positions announced later this year.


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