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Standard Register Enhances Technology Organization with New Leadership

Press release from the issuing company

DAYTON, Ohio - Standard Register, a leading provider of workflow, content and analytics solutions, has named new executives to lead its IT organization and support growth in its portfolio of solutions enabled by technology. Diana Tullio has been promoted to chief information officer and Terry Williams has joined Standard Register as executive vice president of Customer Facing Technology.

"The appointment of these individuals reaffirms Standard Register's commitment to the digital transformation of its business," said Joseph P. Morgan, Jr., president and chief executive officer. "Through these roles, Diana and Terry will leverage technology to grow the company's solutions and service offerings while maintaining a secure environment for all data, enabling critical communications and facilitating the best customer experience. I look forward to seeing where their knowledge and expertise take Standard Register."

Diana Tullio is accountable for all investments in Standard Register's technology infrastructure systems and services, technology support services, and the provision of business process application services. Tullio joinedStandard Register in August 2012 as director for business technology and was promoted to vice president in February 2013. Prior to joining the company she served as a vice president at both NCR and WorkflowOne. Diana holds a B.S. degree in Computer Science from the University of Georgia and an MBA in Global Management from the University of Phoenix.

Terry Williams is responsible for leading the company's customer-facing, technology-enabled services, including the team and all investments that support them. Formerly vice president of Managed Technology Solutions atLexisNexis, a member of Reed Elsevier, Williams has more than 25 years of management experience in technology development and delivery and customer-facing business solutions. Williams earned a B.B.A. degree fromAmerican InterContinental University.


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