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Fujifilm names Matt Sisson Marketing Manager for Graphic Systems Division

Wednesday, April 06, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

Valhalla, N.Y. - The Graphic Systems Division of FUJIFILM North America Corporation welcomes Matt Sisson to its marketing team as Marketing Manager for the commercial printing market.

In his new role, Sisson will be responsible for establishing and implementing strategic marketing campaigns and initiatives for the Graphic Systems Division and for managing marketing efforts targeting specific niches within the commercial printing industry.

³Matt brings a unique perspective as well as a level of enthusiasm that I¹m certain will be a benefit to Fujifilm and to our customers,² said Peter Vanderlaan, director, product marketing, FUJIFILM Graphic Systems Division. ³Matt¹s always demonstrated forward thinking and has established and maintained close, trusting relationships with his customers. I have no doubt he¹ll be an asset in his new role and I¹m excited to have him join our team.²

Sisson spent the past 11 years with the Graphic Systems Division as a digital sales specialist in the Chicago area, and was responsible for various territories including Illinois, Indiana and Missouri.  Prior to joining Fujifilm, Sisson worked for Pitman Company and London Litho, where he was responsible for the sale of electronic imaging equipment and for the day-to-day management of accounts.  He began his career as an inside sales representative for AGFA Telegraphics in Boston.

Sisson holds a Bachelor¹s degree in marketing from The University of St. Francis in Joliet, Ill.


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