This Week in Imaging: Who’s Hiring Who?

One measure of a company’s health is often whether it’s hiring (or laying off), while an indicator of where it’s going is often who it’s hiring. This week was notable for several reasons on the hiring front, first with news that former Xerox CEO Jeff Jacobson, a casualty of one of the most contentious, bitter company proxy wars in a long time, had been appointed CEO of production-print powerhouse Electronics for Imaging (EFI).

Meanwhile, this summer, Memjet has been making a number of key hires, with executives drawn from the likes of HP, Xeikon, and other print companies.

Not to be forgotten is Epson America, which has made a number of key executive hires indicating a  focus on growing its dealer channel, hiring Joseph Contreras, an executive formerly with Toshiba America Business Solutions (TABS), and Mark Mathews (former president and CEO of TABS). In April, Epson also announced a “strategic initiative focusing on the recruitment of seasoned channel leaders,” announcing it had hired Eric Wederbrand, former vice president of product management at SYNNEX, and Scott Blitz, former president at Arizona Office Technologies, a Xerox company, with both executives joining Epson as Epson WorkForce Enterprise and Business Inkjet products regional sales managers.

This Week in Imaging

Printers, MFPs, Copiers on List for September 1st Tariff

EFI Appoints Jacobson to CEO

Memjet Makes a Host of New Hires

Xerox to Open New Tech Center in North Carolina

New Canon Survey Reveals Vulnerabilities in Companies’ Security Strategy

It’s That Wonderful Time of Year: New Canon PIXMAs for Back-to-School

Earnings Up, But Revenue Down for Kodak’s Second Quarter

EFI Appoints Jacobson to CEO

Revenue Down for Fujifilm’s Quarter, but Forecasts ‘Record High’ Net Income

Oval Partners Invests in CBE Office Solutions

Western Europe Printer/MFP Market Slows in Second Quarter

Xerox to Open New Tech Center in North Carolina

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