AlphaGraphics Names Darnell Ghidotti, Vice President of Business Solutions
Press release from the issuing company
SALT LAKE CITY--Sept. 25, 2006-- AlphaGraphics Inc., a leading visual communications franchisor and longtime innovator in the printing industry, has appointed Darnell Ghidotti to the position of Vice President, Business Solutions. In this assignment, she will lead development and implementation of the company's training, technology, special events and research and development initiatives.
"Darnell brings a unique combination of extensive company experience and fresh, innovative thinking to this position," said Kevin K. Cushing, AlphaGraphics, Inc. CEO. "Our network has just completed two consecutive years of record sales, and Darnell has been an important contributor to this success. I know we will benefit from her insights and ideas in this new role."
"I look forward to this new challenge and to working to help the members of the AlphaGraphics network achieve their objectives," said Ghidotti. "As a company, we are focused on helping our owners deliver innovative communications solutions to their customers, such as one-to-one marketing and personalized communications, online ordering, digital archiving and cross media implementation. This new organization will play a key role in development, training and implementation of these solutions."
Ghidotti joined AlphaGraphics in 1990, and has extensive experience in nearly all aspects of the company's business. As Director of Business Software and Services, she led the successful assessment, development and implementation of the primary business tools used by AlphaGraphics franchisees. In her most recent assignment as Senior Director, Training and Technology, she was responsible for significant improvements to the company's training programs. Before she began her AlphaGraphics career, Ghidotti served 6 years in the U.S. Navy as an electronics technician. She earned a B.S. from the University of Maryland in 1987.
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