Between 1974 and 1982 Guido Van der Schueren worked as Sales Manager ‘Compugraphic’ with BonteNV and for the following ten years he served as Sales and Marketing Director with DISC. In 1992 he co-founded Artwork Systems and from 1996 to 2007 served as Managing Director and Chairman of the Board of Artwork Systems Group NV and its subsidiaries. He served as Vice Chairman of the EskoArtwork Group from June 2007 until April 2011. He runs PMC Corp., a private equity vehicle that invested in mainly graphic arts software. He is board member of ADAM Software and Chairman of the Board of Readz, HYBRID Software and PACKZ Software.
Gary Fry was appointed Chief Executive Officer in June 2008.
He was formerly Managing Director of Adobe Systems Benelux, where he had worked since 2001.
Prior to joining Adobe Mr Fry held various sales and management positions in the IT industry including European sales manager for Catalyst Solutions, a leading provider of enterprise-wide IT solutions, head of industrial support sales for Oracle, and a nine-year period with IBM, initially in engineering and then in sales.
Graeme Huttley has been with the Company since 1999 and served as the Company’s Finance Director from January 2001 until being promoted to Chief Financial Officer in January 2014.
From the Company’s UK head office Graeme leads and manages the Company’s Finance, IT and Manufacturing teams and actively participates in various strategic projects.
Previously Graeme was Financial Controller for Harlequin Ltd in Cambridge, UK and prior to that was a regional accountant for P&O Australia in Sydney.
Johan Volckaerts was appointed Non-executive Director in 2014 having been Chair of the Company's Board of Directors since its incorporation in November 1996.
He joined Andlinger & Company Europe in 1988 and was appointed managing partner in 1992. He is also the chair and board member of various European companies.
From 1978 to 1986, Mr. Volckaerts served at ITT Corporation in various senior finance management positions. He holds an MBA from the University of London.