Infigo Software Limited are excited to announce the appointment of Craig Hath as President of the company’s North American operations, to capitalise on the UK company’s expansion to the United States and Canada.
Craig, who sits on the influential board of directors of Dscoop, North America, joins the company after seven years as managing director at ZUZA Marketing Asset Management and has more than 30 years’ extensive experience in the Print Industry.
While at ZUZA Marketing Asset Management, he chose Infigo’s Catfish software to replace a legacy system last August, having been impressed by the platform’s “rich and growing feature set”, plus simplified product and template building functions.
Craig co- chairs the Dscoop Conference Education committee, is a member of the organization’s conference committee and has served in several other volunteer roles for Dscoop.
Based in Greater San Diego, Craig is responsible for finding new opportunities for Infigo’s web-to-print products, including flagship storefront Catfish and cross media marketing tool Symphony, in the North American market.
Outlining why he had chosen to join Infigo, Craig said: “I was truly amazed by the functionality of the software, especially the ease and speed with which customizable templates were created, and how quickly a storefront could be up and running within Catfish.
"The platform is completely responsive and very fast. I’ve never seen a tool as good as MegaEdit.
"The team at Infigo are winning the race to build the best products for their markets on the planet!
Douglas Gibson, managing director of Infigo Software Limited, said: "I am very pleased and excited to be adding Craig Hath to our growing team.
"Craig is a very experienced and capable individual with a proven background in the industry to deliver at the highest level and spearhead our surge into the North American market place.
"His appointment and our global-beating Catfish software is a winning combination that will only help drive further our message into the USA.
"This addition to the team endorses Infigo’s commitment to the growth in the North American market place.
"Having exhibited at several key industry trade shows last year, we secured several deals for our software and are continuing to work with a large number of requests from other enquirers. These include printers as well as organisations in packaging, education, marketing and other sectors.
"We consider the North American market to be one where our software can make a real impact, as it has done in the UK."