Former 24/7 Executive, Richard J. Morelli Joins Webb/Mason
Press release from the issuing company
Baltimore, Maryland - Webb/Mason, an enterprise print management provider headquartered in Hunt Valley, Maryland, is pleased to welcome Richard J. Morelli to its Philadelphia sales office as a vice president. In his new role with Webb/Mason, Morelli will be responsible for business development and sales management in the region. The Philadelphia office, located in Marlton, NJ opened in 1997.
Webb/Mason provides customers with an online Enterprise Print Management Center, known as EPM Online, which allows users within an organization to streamline the procurement of printed and branded materials more effectively. Online users can release items from inventory, customize and order stationery, business cards, brochures and promotional items. Webb/Mason’s online service allows buyers and managers to review real-time inventory information, receive automated reorder notifications, track orders and ensure brand integrity throughout an organization.
Prior to joining Webb/Mason, Morelli was a sales director with 24/7 Media where he supervised the customer relationship management and e-mail divisions. From 1983 until 2000, he held executive management positions with Wallace. Morelli held the positions of president of BaumPrinting and was regional manager of Colorforms while with Wallace.
"We are pleased that Rich has joined Webb/Mason to manage our Philadelphia office," said Warner Mason, president of Webb/Mason. "He has an incredible amount of industry experience and understands our markets and the challenges our customers face in implementing enterprise solutions for printing."
Morelli earned a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing management from IONA College in Rochelle, New York. He is a resident of Princeton, New Jersey.
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