ImageX Names Jose S. David as Permanent Chief Financial Officer
Press release from the issuing company
KIRKLAND, Wash., Sept. 12 -- ImageX (R), Inc., the leading provider of online solutions for distributing, managing and producing sales and marketing materials, today announced the appointment of Jose S. David as Chief Financial Officer, effective October 1, 2002.
Mr. David joins ImageX from Active Voice, Inc., where as CFO he was instrumental in taking the company from a start-up position to being a $300M publicly traded telecommunications software company, the majority of which was acquired by Cisco Systems, Inc. in February, 2001. Since the sale to Cisco Systems, Mr. David was partner and CFO of the remaining assets of Active Voice, Inc., until its recent sale to NEC. While at Active Voice, Mr. David was also responsible for the development and enforcement of the company's patent portfolio, which resulted in multi-million dollar licensing deals for the company. Prior to Active Voice, Mr. David was at Wang Laboratories and Peripheral Technologies, Inc. in various finance leadership roles and at PriceWaterhouseCoopers in a public accounting role.
"We are extremely pleased to have a CFO of Jose's caliber join the ImageX team," said Rich Begert, president and CEO. "Jose's over 24 years of experience in executing successful financial and business strategies for technology companies is a great advantage for ImageX in meeting its profitability objectives," said Begert. "I am confident that Jose will make outstanding contributions to help us achieve our vision."
"ImageX's highly regarded products, and strong management team was a major influence in my joining the Company," said David. I'm looking forward to working with them to facilitate their path to profitability," said David. Gina Meyers, who was serving as interim CFO, will continue in her role as Vice President of Finance and Corporate Controller. More info at imagex.com
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