Michael Reiher has been appointed by Enfocus to the newly-created role of Product Manager, North America. This appointment reflects the company’s ongoing expansion with dedicated focus on the North American market and marks a significant move toward balancing product management activities worldwide, with designated "representative" input from different regions.
The decision to modify the company’s organisational structure to better represent the range of customer requirements around the world fulfils Enfocus’ “You First” commitment to its growing customer base.
“Michael brings relevant perspective on the North American market in particular, and has many hard-hitting programs already in the works,” Prudhomme says. “His previous success with Dynagram and Adobe Systems, Inc. will undoubtedly be a valuable asset. He is a natural fit for our powerhouse North American team.”
In addition to a customer support facility, Enfocus employs industry veterans Steve Hosford and Alex Hamilton, VAR Channel Manager and Director of Business Development, respectively, in North America.
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.
Reiher says, “Enfocus has a great product line, a progressive strategy and some of the brightest and best talent I’ve had the pleasure to work with. I’m looking forward to helping bring the North American voice to the product team, in order to deliver even more innovative and valuable solutions.”
An accomplished writer, moderator and speaker, Reiher holds an A.S. in Advertising Design from the Colorado Institute of Art and received a certificate in Software Development, Marketing and Sales at the University of Washington.