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BOWE BELL + HOWELL appoints president and vice president to rapidly growing Software Business Solutions group

Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

(Wheeling, Ill., Apr. 10, 2006) BOWE BELL + HOWELL, the world’s leading provider of document processing and postal solutions, has announced the appointment of Roger Spitzig to president of the growing Software Business Solutions (SBS) division. “The importance of software to the industry and our business is undeniable,” said BÖWE BELL + HOWELL CEO Marv Isles. “Our software solutions are instrumental in connecting and integrating every aspect of our business, and the Software Business Solutions group has become the focal point for this vision, as the recently launched BÖWE One software suite embodies this ‘everything connected’ philosophy. The appointment of Roger Spitzig as president of this group recognizes his contributions to BÖWE BELL + HOWELL and underscores the significance of software products within our total BBH offering.” Spitzig joined BBH with the acquisition of Intellitech Innovations in 2004 where he served 15 years as company president. Further developing the Software Business management team, Mike McIntee has been appointed to vice president of business development. McIntee will lead the team in developing new market opportunities, new products and strategic relationships for the expansion of SBS. He brings with him a wealth of industry, software, hardware and business knowledge from his many years of experience managing technology in large mailing operations both as a mailer and then as a member of the BÖWE BELL + HOWELL team. “I am looking forward to Roger and Mike leading the SBS business expansion in 2006 and well into the future,” said Isles.

 

 

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