40th Anniversary Celebration at Etteplan | Tedopres Nyheter - Published: 08.10.2014 - 11:45:00 Åter till Pressreleaser 08.10.2014 News Throughout its existence Etteplan|Tedopres has been at the forefront – leading the way to future-proof technical documentation. 40 years in the technical documentation business is a great proof of Etteplan|Tedopres’ ability to offer value to its customers. Etteplan|Tedopres’ value materializes in innovative solutions that have made technical documentation much more than a pile of paper. Today technical documentation, an indispensable part of any product, is an important means to differentiate in the market. At the same time, new methods and tools to produce and distribute technical documentation enable customers considerable cost savings. - Technical documentation industry has undergone huge changes in the past decades. We can still remember the era of digitalization and the introduction of industry specifications such as the ASD-STE 100 in the 80’s. I’m so proud that we at Tedopres have contributed to these developments and have brought future-proof documentation solutions to our customers, says André de Verduijn, founder of the company. September 2014 marks another important event in the company. The long-time Managing director and founder of the company, André Verduijn, will retire and leave his operative duties. Petri Ikonen, Vice President, Technical Documentation will take over from André. Petri Ikonen has over 25 years’ experience in technical documentation. - With Petri Ikonen, Etteplan|Tedopres is in best hands. With his insight and experience Petri is able to develop our business to keep the company at the forefront. I warmly welcome Petri and wish him and the company all the best, André Verduijn concludes. - I’m so proud to be part of this successful team, who is shaping the future of technical documentation. Our customers can acquire all our services as Managed Services, a proven cooperation model between the customer and Etteplan|Tedopres. The customer benefits of this unique service model in the documentation branch are undisputed, says Petri Ikonen.