The Instant Web Companies (IWCO) Announces New Positions
Press release from the issuing company
Chanhassen, MN (April 1, 2004) - The Instant Web Companies (IWCO), an integrated direct mail services company, announced the appointments of Steve Myrvold to Vice President of Manufacturing Operations, Jim Leone to Vice President of Information Technologies & Value Expansion Initiatives, and Paul Overn to Director of Information Technologies. These new positions will continue to advance IWCO's leadership position as an integrated direct mail services firm.
Myrvold joined IWCO in 1987 and most recently served as Director of Manufacturing. "Our mission to deliver an integrated manufacturing and services solution advances with these three organizational enhancements. With Steve's guidance, we will take another step in optimizing total package production efficiency benefits for both the customer and IWCO," said Jim Andersen, president and CEO.
Leone joined IWCO in 2002 as Vice President of Mail Operations and most recently served as vice president, Operations. "The value creation that our customers experience when working with IWCO in the areas of mail management and distribution, supply chain/logistics, and data processing services will continue to accelerate with Jim's oversight and focus in these key areas," said Andersen.
Overn joined IWCO in 1988 and most recently served as Business Analyst. "Information processing for targeted direct mail programs is a key component of our integrated solution. Paul's background in workflow and software development will drive technology solutions for variable data that reduce cycle time and increase response rates for clients," said Andersen.
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