Merlischachen-Küssnacht (Switzerland), September 10, 2015. SpecPage, leading provider of integrated software solutions for recipe and product information management, has appointed Massimo Antoniello as Vice President Global Development to support the company’s international growth.
In his new role, Antoniello is leading the global team of support and project managers. He 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. Prior to joining SpecPage, Antoniello acted as Sales & Services Director at Selerant, a software provider for the recipe-based manufacturing industries, including food and beverage (F&B), cosmetics and paint. Before, he worked at ACNielsen and Dun & Bradstreet.
SpecPage specialises in Product Information Management (PIM) and GS1-GDSN, and provides customised product management software solutions for the F&B industry, including Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), Product Data Management (PDM), Recipe Management, Laboratory Information and Management System (LIMS), and Environmental Health and Safety Administration (EHSA).
Severin Weiss, CEO SpecPage, said: „We look forward to working with Massimo. He has valuable contacts to companies worldwide, combined with an impressive record of establishing a new business. SpecPage offers industry-leading solutions for the food and beverage industry. Massimo has extensive experience in this area and will help us expand our activities in Europe and the US and to develop new distribution channels.”
„I am delighted to be joining SpecPage’s management team, supporting the company’s international expansion“, said Antoniello. „Its solutions facilitate and accelerate the product development process of any manufacturing company, by streamlining production processes, consolidating regulatory and quality information, and standardizing recipes and specifications.”
SpecPage is a rapidly growing Swiss company with subsidiaries in Frankfurt (Germany), Paris (France), Gouda (Netherlands) and Bratislava (Slovakia), and has recently opened offices in Milan (Italy) as well as in Chicago and Bradenton, Florida (United States). SpecPage is set to expand its activities in Europe and the US, meeting the growing demand in the range of specification and recipe management in the F&B industry.