20 April 2020
memjet CEO Dies Suddenly
Len Lauer CEO of Memjet since 2010
Len Lauer CEO of Memjet since 2010
On April 13, Len Lauer, CEO of Memjet, passed away unexpectedly. He was 62 years old. Lauer had spent 30 years working at technology businesses including Sprint, Bell Atlantic and IBM.  Lauer was named the CEO of Memjet in 2010 and assumed the role of Chairman in 2012. During his tenure at Memjet, Lauer’s was a champion for high-quality, innovative digital printing technology for all markets, Len was a tireless advocate for Memjet technology,
High speed inkjet heads in Canon, Colordyne, MGI and Delphax equipment
High speed inkjet heads in Canon, Colordyne, MGI , Konica Monolta and Delphax equipment
his employees, and for delivering the OEM partnership communities.   He will be missed, but he has positioned the company very well for a successful future,” said Don Millican, Memjet board member. Memjet’s high-speed inkjet technology is used by a large number of OEM partners including Canon, Quadient, Colordyne and Konica Minolta/MGI. Its systems are used for a wide range of applications from commercial and label printing to mailing and addressing, packaging and wide-format.
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