Former Xerox Executive to Lead Ricoh U.S. Printer Business
Press release from the issuing company
WEST CALDWELL, NJ, Ricoh Corporation, the Dependable Digital™ output company and a long-time leader in digital imaging, today announced the appointment of Ann E. Moser as vice president of Ricoh's Printer and Systems Sales Division. Ms. Moser has more than 20 years experience in the sales and marketing of printers, PCs and peripheral products with IBM and Lexmark. Most recently, she was a vice president and general manager for Xerox Corporation's Western Region Office Printing Business. At Ricoh she will be responsible for leading the sales and development of the Printer and Systems Sales Division and directing Ricoh's strategic plans toward becoming a more printer-centric company.
"We are pleased and fortunate to have a person with Ann's vast experience join our winning team at such an exciting time in the company's history," Jim Ivy said. "I am confident that her knowledge of the printer industry will help propel Ricoh's success to unparalleled levels in the coming years."
Moser was with IBM Corporation from 1976 to 1990 in a variety of sales and marketing positions, including a special assignment in Beijing, China. After IBM, Moser joined Lexmark International, Inc., serving first as a National Branch Manager for printer sales, then as Manager of Customer Satisfaction and Quality, overseeing quality implementation for U.S. sales. Her last position with Lexmark was District Sales Manager for the Southern Region, where she oversaw sales teams, system engineers and administration in a seven-state region.
"I am honored to join a team of the best and the brightest in the industry," Ms. Moser said. "Ricoh has proven itself to be a global leader and a technology pioneer with effective customer relations, seasoned management and outstanding product development. I look forward to contributing my expertise to continue this pattern of success," Ms. Moser said.
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