New Name Change for Canon Solutions’ Business Services, Plus New Senior Appointment
February 10, 2015 – Canon U.S.A.’s Canon Solutions America reports that it’s changed the name of its Business Services Division to “Enterprise Managed Services Division,” as a way to best represent the division’s portfolio of solutions and services.
The Enterprise Managed Services division specializes in designing, implementing, and managing services that support enterprise’s essential business functions, including improving business workflow, processing, and output solutions.
New Senior Appointments
Canon Solutions America also announced the promotion of Robert Reddy to senior vice president of Large Format Solutions Operations. Reddy will now oversee all strategic decision making and business programs for the division, reporting directly to Mal Baboyian, executive vice president of Large Format Solutions and Production Print Solutions for Canon Solutions America.
In his new role, Reddy is now responsible for sales and marketing programs, as well as overall financial results.
Reddy joined Canon in 1998 and was promoted to vice president of sales for Océ North America, which was acquired by Canon Inc. that same year. Following the integration of Canon Business Solutions and Océ North America in 2013, Reddy took on the same role within the large-format printer business of the newly formed Canon Solutions America. During this time, Reddy was responsible for the implementation of sales across the Large Format Solutions division, which is located in Itasca, Illinois.
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