After a 25 year association, Marcus Adler steps down as CEO of Roland DG Australia and New Zealand.
Marcus Adler affiliation with Roland DG began back in 1982, working for Roland Corporation with a team of other Australian software engineers developing a program to allow music to be composed on a computer screen and played on the Roland CMU-800 music synthesizer.
In 1988 Marcus graduated from Swinburne University with an Honours degree in Engineering and joined Roland DG running the service department and as product manager for the new generation CAMM-1 sign machine, the PNC-1000.
After leaving Roland DG for a brief period in 1993, Marcus Adler returned to Roland DG with the prospect of heading up the company and was appointed as general manager in November of 1994.
In 1999 Roland DG Australia took control of the New Zealand operations and the entire South Pacific region while in 2003 Marcus Adler acquired a shareholding in the company and was appointed managing director.