Xerox Holdings Corporation, the US print and digital marketing giant which recently snapped up Go Inspire, has appointed Steven Bandrowczak as CEO, succeeding John Visentin, who passed away in June this year due to complications from an ongoing illness.
Bandrowczak joined Xerox in 2018 as the company’s president and chief operations officer, and has served as interim CEO since Visentin died.
He has been responsible for developing and executing a global operations strategy for Xerox’s Software and Innovation businesses, as well as the company’s business support functions, including business strategy, product and service delivery, customer billing, and information technology. He was also president of Xerox Holdings Corporation and served as CareAR’s chairman.
During his career, Bandrowczak has held senior leadership positions for a raft of multi-billion-dollar global companies, including Alight Solutions, Sutherland Global Services, Hewlett-Packard, Avaya, Nortel, Lenovo, DHL and Avnet.
Xerox’s chairman James Nelson said: “Steve has a proven track record of delivering results by leveraging digital platforms to drive market share and increase profitability.
“He also has continually stepped up when Xerox needed him most and demonstrated his ability to lead with passion and empathy. The board has full confidence that Steve is the right leader to move Xerox forward.”
Bandrowczak added: “I see great potential for our company, and I’m honored to work alongside all of my Xerox colleagues as we build momentum toward the future.”
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