Digital Solutions Cooperative (Dscoop) Announces Board Appointments
Press release from the issuing company
(Chicago, IL) - The Digital Solutions Cooperative (Dscoop) today announced its 2006 Board of Directors. Appointed by the current Steering Committee chairman, Jack Glacken, members of the Board of Directors will serve two-year terms effective November 1, 2005. The Board includes:
Jack Glacken (Chairman), President, Today's Graphics
Chris Wells (Chairman Elect), President and CEO, LaVigne, Inc
Francis McMahon, Marketing Manager of Print Service Providers, HP
David Leshem, Director of Worldwide Strategic Business, Indigo Division, HP
John Rogers, Executive Director, NEBS Business Products Ltd.
Terie Syme, Operations Manager, Prestige Label Company, Inc.
Todd Kallagher, President, Finlay
Art Manzo, Chief Operating Officer, Global Soft Digital Solutions
Doyle Mortimer, Vice President of Operations, Alexanders Digital Printing
"I am very excited about working along side these digital printing industry leaders as we formulate and grow our new user-driven community," commented Glacken, chairman of Dscoop. "I also cannot say enough about our Steering Committee, specifically Rod Key of R and R Images, Mike Chiricuzio of Blue Moon Solutions, Inc., Boris Bell of HP, and Larry Vaughn of Ideal Printers, who did an unbelievable job in a very short time-frame getting Dscoop off the ground."
"The initial response to our community has been tremendous, as we've welcomed more than 700 registrants to our ranks since our founding in August," continued Glacken. "I truly believe our future is as bright as the inks we use."
Future Boards will be selected through an election of the full membership beginning in 2007.
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