InfoTrends Appoints Randall Dazo as New Director of Network Document Solutions Consulting Service
Press release from the issuing company
(Weymouth, MA) January 8, 2007- InfoTrends, the leading worldwide strategic consulting and market research firm for the digital imaging and document solutions industries, announced that it has appointed Randall Dazo as Director of its Network Document Solutions (NDS) Consulting Service.
"We are very pleased to have an industry leader like Randy join our company," commented Jon Reardon, a Group Director at InfoTrends. "Randy brings a level of insight and business maturity that will be a major benefit to our clients."
With 17 years of experience, Mr. Dazo is an expert in business development, product planning, and marketing. Prior to joining InfoTrends, Mr. Dazo was Senior Manager of Output Solutions for Ricoh Corporation, where he played an integral role in launching Ricohís solutions division. His responsibilities included establishing marketing and channel requirements, and creating leading-edge solutions for the market. Earlier in his career, he held senior marketing and sales positions at Sharp, Net2Phone, Minolta, and Canon.
"Randyís appointment strengthens what was already a great team," stated Charlie Pesko, President of InfoTrends. "Randyís experience, insight, and enthusiasm will enable us to bring even more value to our clients."
As Director of the NDS service, Mr. Dazo will lead InfoTrendsí continuous information service practice in this area on a global basis. NDS focuses on software and solutions used in the workgroup environment. It provides research, consulting, and strategic counsel on the markets for software and solutions supporting workgroup document processes, including areas such as entry-level document management, document output management, and tracking, as well as automated document routing and workflow applications.
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