Merlischachen-Küssnacht (Switzerland), July 20, 2015. SpecPage, global provider of customized software solutions for recipe and product information management, has appointed Tim F. Mes as a new member of the Board of Directors to support the company’s international growth.
Mes has excellent industry knowledge and experience as well as an international network and will assist SpecPage in expanding further in Europe and the United States. The Dutch-born has more than 35 years’ experience in the fast moving consumer goods industry and in venture capital. He is the owner and CEO of ION Boston and previously served as President of PepsiCo and its subsidiary Frito-Lay during 17 years. He also worked at Inventages Venture Capital, Lorenz Snack-World, Danone, Nutricia and Procter & Gamble.
SpecPage is a GS1-GDSN specialist and leading provider of product information and online catalogs for the food & beverage (F&B) as well as jan-san industries. It also offers integrated product management software solutions, including Product Information Management (PIM), Product Data Management (PDM), Laboratory Information and Management System (LIMS), and Environmental Health and Safety Administration (EHSA).
Severin Weiss, CEO SpecPage, said: „We look forward to working with Tim. He has valuable contacts to companies and investors in Europe and the US, combined with an impressive record of establishing businesses. Tim will help us to expand our activities in Europe and the US and to develop new distribution channels.”
„I am very pleased to join SpecPage’s Board of Directors, supporting Severin and his team with their international expansion and in capturing the company’s tremendous growth potential. SpecPage offers excellent and industry-leading software solutions of which the entire food and beverage as well as cleaning and hygiene industries can benefit“, said Tim F. Mes, member of the Board of Directors at SpecPage. „SpecPage is able to facilitate and accelerate one of the key growth drivers of any company – its innovation and product development process. This is what I am excited about and what every company pursuing a growth strategy should be attracted to.”
SpecPage is a rapidly growing company and has recently opened new offices in the Netherlands, Italy and the United States. SpecPage with headquarters in Switzerland has further subsidiaries in Germany, France and Slovakia.