XEROX : NEW PRESIDENT FOR OREGON DIVISION

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XEROX : NEW PRESIDENT FOR OREGON DIVISION

 user 2008-09-09 at 11:45:37 am Views: 71
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    http://www.bizjournals.com/portland/stories/2008/09/01/daily25.html
    New leader for Xerox Oregon group
    In a reorganization of its sales management structure, printing and imaging equipment company Xerox Corp. has assigned a new leader to the company’s Oregon operations.Rick Dastin will be the new president of Xerox Office Group, which is based in Wilsonville. That business unit is the former printer division of Tektronix Inc., which Xerox purchased in 1999.Dastin, who’s worked at Stamford, Conn.-based Xerox since 1981, most recently led engineering and product delivery for multifunction equipment and controller software at the Wilsonville facility.

    Russell Peacock, who became president of the Office Group in April last year, will lead the new North American Channels Group, which will manage relationships with resellers, agents and distributors of Xerox products.Another newly created group, the North American Solutions Group, will deal with all of Xerox’s direct sales operations in the United States and Canada. This group will be led by Doug Lord, who has been head of Xerox’s U.S. direct sales operations.

    In another new appointment, James Firestone is now president of Xerox’s corporate operations.Xerox employs about 1,800 people in Wilsonville, up from 1,573 in March last year.The Office Group has annual revenue of $8 billion, out of more than $18 billion in total revenue for Xerox over its last four reported quarters