Anacomp Names New CEO6 Feb, 2007
Anacomp Names New CEO
SAN DIEGO, CA – Anacomp, Inc. has announced the appointment of Howard Dratler as its Chief Executive Officer.
Dratler is a seasoned executive with more than 25 years of experience in successfully leading sales, marketing and service functions at innovative technology companies. His appointment at Anacomp brings an abundance of executive management, sales and operations expertise in addition to strong leadership and business relationships from across the IT industry.
Prior to joining Anacomp, Mr. Dratler served as the Executive Vice President of Field Operations for EMC / Captiva Software, a leading global provider of enterprise data capture software that was acquired by EMC in December 2005. Before joining Captiva, he served as the Executive Vice President of Field Operations for Allocity, a venture capital funded start-up targeting the email application storage market. Prior to that, Dratler served in a variety of executive positions at VERITAS Software, most recently as Vice President/GM of strategic platform alliances, where he developed and executed business expansion strategies.
"Howard brings a wealth of sales and operations experience to Anacomp, and he has a tremendous track record of success in growing profitable revenues and helping companies achieve their business potential," said Michael Tennenbaum, Anacomp's Chairman. "We are very pleased to welcome Howard to Anacomp, and are confident he will be able to lead us through a period of vigorous growth during which we expect to add to our existing range of products and services, expand into new markets and take on new challenges."
"I'm excited to join Anacomp at a time when the company is transforming its service offerings to take advantage of the market opportunities in the document management business," said Dratler. "I look forward to helping Anacomp leverage its strong customer base, its technology and professional service teams to better serve the needs of its current customer base and the larger market."