R.R. Donnelley Financial Names Sue Tidswell Senior VP CCS Sales
Press release from the issuing company
NEW YORK--June 25, 2002--R.R. Donnelley Financial, the worldwide provider of financial printing services and customized communications solutions (CCS), has appointed Sue Tidswell as senior vice president of CCS sales.
"We are pleased to promote Sue to this vital sales position," commented Paul Masterton, president of R.R. Donnelley Financial. "Through her notable career with R.R. Donnelley, she has developed a deep understanding of the needs and challenges our clients face in communicating efficiently and effectively with their target audiences. Sue's ability to identify and deliver valuable solutions to our customers and to drive shareholder value for R.R. Donnelley makes her an exciting addition to the senior management team."
Most recently, Tidswell served as vice president of CCS sales for the Eastern Region where she was responsible for increasing sales and developing client relationships in the key target markets of financial services and healthcare. Tidswell joined R.R. Donnelley in 1988 as international sales director for Asia. During her tenure with the company, she has held leadership positions in customer service, production management and international sales, building extensive knowledge and expertise in developing solutions that meet the changing communications needs of R.R. Donnelley Financial's clients.
"Our aim is to help customers reduce costs by communicating more efficiently with their customers, and to drive revenues by communicating more effectively," said Tidswell. "Enabling our clients to communicate more effectively with their customers and to track their responses, enables them to build stronger relationships and drive customer loyalty. Our customized solutions add critical and measurable value for our clients and I look forward to working closely with them to achieve their communication objectives."
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