Last updateMon, 16 May 2022 12pm

Precision Proco Group strengthens its board

A NEW appointment at one of the UK’s most forward-thinking print organisations will help the company grow and develop its technology strategy.

Precision Proco Group is already a trailblazer in providing innovative print solutions for its customers across the UK.
And now it is strengthening that position, after bringing on board Steeve (sic) Roucaute as its Chief Technology Officer.
Steeve will also be joining the Group board of directors and is bringing with him years of expertise gained through working in senior technology positions across a number of companies.
Most recently, he has worked at Gartner Magic as quadrant leader for Video Conferencing, 8x8 and Cimpress, global leader in mass customisation and, having started his journey with Precision Printing back in 2005 until 2016, he is now returning to his roots.
"I am delighted to join the Precision Proco team, managed by a leadership group having a wealth of valuable experience, great vision, and a sound strategy to steer the organisation on the path to significant growth,” he said.
“I believe that independently deployable and scalable technology will be a crucial success factor in executing our growth plan, abiding by three principles of technical excellence: teamwork, customer centricity and a data-driven mindset."
Gary Peeling, CEO of the Precision Proco Group which has sites in London, Sunderland, Nottingham and Sheffield along with digital print platform, Where The Trade Buys, added that Steeve will be a huge asset to the organisation.
“Our strategy to deploy the most forward thinking and innovative technology will help cement our place as the industry’s leader in workflow automation and utilisation,” said Gary.
“With Steeve’s direction we will be able to drive forward our plans, including development of our in-house marketing technology, siteflow enhancements and overarching group technology programme.
“We are really pleased to have someone of his calibre as part of the team.”


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