BOSTON -- September 12, 2003 -- Creo Americas is pleased to announce the promotion of Patrick Morrissey to vice president of sales. Mr. Morrissey will be responsible for leading the entire sales organization of Creo Americas, covering North America and Latin America.
"Creo has set aggressive growth objectives for the future and Patrick is uniquely qualified to lead the effort," said Larry Letteney, president of Creo Americas. "He has a proven track record of superior performance, is a great team builder, and holds a thorough understanding of both the business and technical challenges faced by our customers."
Mr. Morrissey's Background...
Mr. Morrissey was promoted from his role as Business Solutions manager for the Central region at Creo where he developed innovative new selling models and approaches to attain and exceed quotas. Prior to Creo, he was a key sales resource for Noosh, Inc., exceeding regional targets for the Midwest and establishing key Fortune 500 accounts for the region.
Mr. Morrissey also brings over 18 years of senior level management experience at various printing companies including Lehigh Press, Wicklander Printing Corporation, and Rand McNally.
He is active in various organizations including the American Marketing Association and the Sales & Marketing Executives International. He holds a Bachelors degree in Economics from Northwestern University, is a Certified Marketing Executive from the National Association of Printers and Lithographers, and has undertaken graduate studies in marketing at DePaul University.
The promotion for Mr. Morrissey is effective immediately and he will be relocating to the Billerica, Massachusetts area, where Creo Americas is based.
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