DataLase has appointed a new chief technical officer to drive growth and innovation at the company.
Ally Grant brings extensive experience from the digital printing industry and will work to extend DataLase’s photonic printing solution capability.
Andrew Wragg, CEO, DataLase, said: ‘Without a doubt, Ally’s impressive experience and operational prowess will help continue to fuel DataLase’s growth and scale. As CTO, Ally will be instrumental to the executive leadership team as we continuously strive to innovate our technology platforms to shape and drive the future of the digital printing industry.’
Prior to joining DataLase, Ally worked at Fujifilm Speciality Ink Systems for five years as product manager working within the field of industrial inkjet printing. Before that, he was futures ink manager at Memjet, responsible for novel ink development, and also experience at SunJet and Sun Chemical.
Notably, Ally holds around 30 patents, primarily in ink formulation chemistry and associated fields.
Commenting on his new role, Ally said: ‘I am delighted to be joining DataLase at such an exciting and important time as it embarks on a new era of growth under Sato leadership. Working with an exceptional team, I intend to deliver a compelling, market leading proposition and roadmap for DataLase as a leading provider of unique photonic printing solutions for products and packaging.’