ImageX Appoints Tim Dowling as Chief Operating Officer
Press release from the issuing company
KIRKLAND, Wash., Oct. 31 - ImageX (R), Inc., the leading e-print service provider for the online management and procurementof branded communications materials, today announced the appointment of Tim Dowling to chief operating officer. Dowling joined ImageX in April of this year as vice president of marketing.
"In the six months that he has been with ImageX, Tim has exhibited extraordinary leadership skills in managing a number of critical projects, including repositioning the company and increasing our focus on providing branded printed materials to our corporate customers,'' said Rich Begert, president and CEO, ImageX. "He was the driving force behind the strategy of our new product offering, the ImageX Print System, which was introduced in early October.''
Dowling's background includes 13 years at Intel Corporation in key management positions leading the company's e-commerce efforts. Immediately prior to joining ImageX, he was vice president of marketing for PcOrder Corporation. In this role, he built and managed the company's profitability strategy, which ultimately led to the successful acquisition of PcOrder by Trilogy Software. Dowling has a solid background in B2B technology marketing, sales, and operations. As COO, he will be responsible for sales, marketing, engineering, operations, and customer management.
Additionally, ImageX is promoting Bob DeSantis to vice president of customer management. DeSantis spent 20 months as director of sales for ImageX prior to his most recent position as director of customer management. In his new role, he will manage sales operations, inside sales, customer relations and sales training.
DeSantis holds an MBA from Temple University and has 15 years of combined sales/sales operations experience. He has a solid background in the commercial print business, having held key positions at DuPont Printing Systems and Kodak.
"Bob and Tim have done an excellent job energizing ImageX,'' Begert continued. "I am confident that their future contributions will further enhance our commitment to achieving profitability while continuing to deliver unmatched value to our customers.''
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