IKON Announces Promotion of Tracey Rothenberger to Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer
Press release from the issuing company
November 16, 2207 - Malvern, PA. - IKON Office Solutions, the world's largest independent channel for document management systems and services, today announced that Tracey Rothenberger has been promoted to Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer reporting to Matthew J. Espe, IKON's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. In this role, Rothenberger will continue to lead IKON's information technology initiatives and oversee IKON's migration to an integrated ERP platform.
"Tracey has made a tremendous impact on IKON's IT infrastructure and integrated ERP initiative," says Matthew J. Espe, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, IKON Office Solutions. "In the past year, he has led four successful migrations to our single ERP platform, completing two-thirds of our U.S. business migration and keeping us on track to complete our U.S. implementation in the second half of our fiscal year 2008. In addition, Tracey has brought strong leadership, collaboration, and a well-planned approach to our IT initiatives, with a team focused on delivering technology to help drive revenue growth, increase productivity and empower our customers with information and self-service capabilities."
Rothenberger has been with IKON for more than seven years, first working in several field-based information technology roles. He was then asked to establish and lead the Company's move to a centralized IT infrastructure organization that supports North American operations. In December 2005, he was named Vice President to lead a cross-functional team that laid the groundwork and developed the plans for IKON's migration to an integrated ERP platform. In August 2006 Rothenberger assumed his role as Vice President and Chief Information Officer.
Prior to joining IKON, Rothenberger held a variety of IT leadership positions at Ecolab, a Fortune 500 company, and U.S. Trust, a wholly owned subsidiary of Bank of America.
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