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Quebecor World Names Jeffrey L. Peterson Senior Vice President - E-Business

Friday, May 25, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

Greenwich, CT. - Quebecor World today announced that Jeffrey L. Peterson, former Vice President of Global eBusiness at DuPont, has joined Quebecor World as Senior Vice President eBusiness. Peterson will define and develop a comprehensive eBusiness strategy for Quebecor World which will drive the utilization of eBusiness techniques to achieve competitive differentiation and cost savings for Quebecor World. "As electronic communication and workflow management tools continue to be developed, I am confident that Jeff will use his expertise to help us harness the power of eBusiness across a wide range of applications" said Quebecor World's North American President, Chairman and CEO, Marc Reisch. "As a part of focusing his efforts across our entire supply chain, Jeff's positive impact will be quickly felt by both our customer and supplier partners." Peterson has held a number of strategic technology management and Internet-related positions. In 1981, he helped found the Management Systems Laboratories of Virginia Tech and began his 20 year experience using Internet and eBusiness technologies in developing business strategy. He has held a variety of positions from Vice President Strategic Planning at a major Virginia bank, to leading the creation of a new Internet and web services company focused on the business application of the Internet to small and mid-sized companies, to serving as Vice President, e-commerce/e-technology for a division of General Electric. Joining DuPont in 2000, Peterson assumed global accountability for developing and leading the execution of DuPont's overall eBusiness strategy. Peterson is an industrial engineering graduate of Virginia Tech and received a master's degree in "Management of Technology" from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

 

 

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