eProductivity Software (ePS), has announced the appointment of Daniel Vertachnik as CEO of its print operating business, Print ePS. Print ePS provides software technology for every size printer and for every segment of print, including MIS, web-to-print, scheduling, estimating, and more. Mr Vertachnik’s appointment is seen as a key step in continuing the execution of the company’s strategy to drive end-market-focus.

Mr Vertachnik joins ePS with a successful track record in executive leadership roles in technology, most recently serving as CEO of Twenty20 Solutions, a global provider of AI-enabled smart security and automation technology. Under Mr Vertachnik’s leadership, the Print ePS team will work to drive the company’s customer engagement model, enrich the level of industry partnerships, and further enhance Print ePS’ long-standing commitment to designing and deploying technology that empowers print companies of all sizes, globally. Gabriel Matsliach will transition to the role of Executive Chairman of Print ePS and remain CEO of ePS Packaging.

‘We are thrilled to introduce Dan as the CEO of Print EPS,’ said William Chisholm, managing partner. Patrick Fouhy, principal, of STG continued, ‘Dan brings a wealth of executive leadership in software companies and a successful track record in transforming the customer experience and driving growth. We look forward to partnering with Dan in taking Print ePS to new heights.”

 ‘I am thrilled to join Print ePS, the largest global software technology provider for the print industry,’ commented Mr Vertachnik. ‘My focus in leading Print ePS will be to build upon the company’s rich 30-year foundation and service to the print industry and continue to deliver value to our customers. This will be achieved through continued innovation across the portfolio, expanding partnerships, executing on our M&A strategy, and ensuring the long-term growth and success of Print ePS.’

Since becoming an independent global technology company at the end of 2021, ePS has been driving an end-market-focus strategy that began with the formation of two distinct business units, Print ePS and ePS Packaging to meet and exceed the unique requirements of print and packaging customers and the industry at large. This appointment further demonstrates the company’s strategic focus and commitment to the print market.