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Kodak hires senior executive to oversee sales strategy

Rochester Business Journal
April 28, 2014

Eastman Kodak Co. has hired an executive to a newly created post to devise a companywide sales strategy.

Eric‚ÄźYves Mahe has joined Kodak (NYSE: KODK) as senior vice president and director of sales strategy and operations. He also was elected by the board of directors as a corporate officer, and he joins the company’s executive council.

Mahe, 51, is to be responsible for formulating a strategy to drive and measure sales of Kodak’s portfolio of hardware, consumables, software and services, the company said.
 
“With more than 25 years’ experience in technology, software and services, Eric has an outstanding track record of building successful teams, leveraging direct and indirect sales models, delivering strong business results and winning market share,” CEO Jeffrey Clarke said.

Mahe bring extensive experience in the information technology and global imaging industries, Clarke said. Mahe has built international account relationships and several businesses in developed and developing economies in Europe, the United States and Asia.

Prior to joining Kodak, Mahe was based in Singapore with Pitney Bowes Inc., most recently as president for global growth markets, with responsibility for the company’s operations in Latin America, Asia Pacific, Middle East, Africa and emerging markets.

Before joining Pitney Bowes, he was an executive for Computer Associates Inc., with responsibility for business operations and enterprise sales in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.

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