Xerox's Sweeney Among Top Women in the Transaction Print Industry
Press release from the issuing company
OutputLinks, a top organization in the high volume transaction output print industry, has named Xerox Corporation's Shelley Sweeney as one of its 2006 Women of Distinction honorees — an award recognizing outstanding individuals who have contributed to the development of the high-volume transaction output industry. Sweeney serves as vice president and general manager of the company's Service Bureau and Direct Marketing Sector, Graphic Communications Industry. This year's OutputLinks Women of Distinction Award honors seven of the best and brightest contributors to the print industry.
A Xerox veteran of 20 years, Sweeney was recognized for her commitment to Xerox customers, with an emphasis on helping them transition from black-and-white to full-color digital printing. She was honored Tuesday, May 16, at a ceremony at AIIM/On Demand, a major printing industry tradeshow held in Philadelphia this week.
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