Hartwell Promoted to Vice President, Operations at WorkFlowOne
Press release from the issuing company
Dayton, Ohio, December 12, 2006 - WorkflowOne announced that John Hartwell has been promoted to vice president, operations, reporting directly to president and CEO Michael Zawalski. Hartwell was formerly senior director of operations, responsible for managing 10 production facilities across the U.S. In his new role, Hartwell will be responsible for leading WorkflowOne's network of 32 company-owned manufacturing and distribution centers.
"John has demonstrated strong leadership in his current role by building customer-focused manufacturing teams that deliver results and contribute significantly to our revenue base," said Zawalski. "In his expanded role, he will take a fresh look at our distribution and fulfillment capabilities while developing and implementing new service strategies for internal sourcing that truly differentiate WorkflowOne in the marketplace."
Hartwell has 22 years of operations management experience with a variety of leading companies, including Burroughs Corporation/Standard Register; Data Documents; and Paxar. He has been employed by WorkflowOne and its legacy companies (Reynolds & Reynolds and The Relizon Company) for 11 years, including six years as plant manager in Charlotte, N.C., and three years as senior director of operations, where he led a workforce of more than 1,000 employees. Hartwell has remained with the company through the divestiture of Relizon from Reynolds and Reynolds in 2000 and its subsequent acquisition by WorkflowOne in November 2005.
WorkflowOne offers design, sourcing, production, fulfillment, warehousing and distribution services, as well as technology integration and logistics to help customers better manage their brand-related spend on print and promotional items. These services are provided through an extensive network of internal manufacturing and distribution centers augmented by certified trade partners with global reach.
Hartwell earned a Masters in Business Administration degree from the University of New Haven in New Haven, Conn., and a B.S. degree in management science/quantitative analysis from State University of New York at Geneseo.
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