Scott Berry Join WorkflowOne as Senior Vice President of Sales
Press release from the issuing company
Dayton, Ohio, December 11, 2007 -WorkflowOne, one of North America's leading providers of print, promotional products and supply chain services, today announced that Scott Berry has joined the company as senior vice president of sales, reporting directly to Greg Mosher, CEO and chairman of Workflow Management, Inc. In this position, Berry will lead WorkflowOne's sales force and customer service organizations, currently numbering over 900 individuals.
"Scott is an industry veteran and an exceptional sales & marketing leader with an outstanding track record of success," Mosher said. ""His proven ability to develop winning sales strategies and recruit top talent will enable WorkflowOne to build on its solid momentum of new account growth."
Berry has served as senior vice president of sales for the Global Document Solutions business of RR Donnelley, where over the past 7 years, he held responsibilities in cross selling, corporate accounts, strategic alliances and document based business process outsourcing. Berry also served as vice president and general manager for MooreDirect, its inside sales/direct marketing business.
"Customers are looking to partner with companies that are innovative, flexible and responsive," Berry said. "WorkflowOne is building the industry's leading print and promotional supply chain solution…and we have really just begun. Our recent joint marketing agreement with SAP is another example of WorkflowOne's creativity and leadership in this market."
Prior to joining RR Donnelley, Berry was director of quality leadership at Clarke American (now Harland Clarke), a major supplier of direct marketing solutions, contact center solutions and check products. Originally from Monroe, La., he has a bachelor degree in business administration from Northeast Louisiana University.
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