Ron Petrucci Joins Kyocera Mita’s18 May, 2001
Ron Petrucci Joins Kyocera Mita’s
Kyocera Mita, one of the world’s leading digital imaging, document management products, and service companies, has announced the appointment of Ron Petrucci to the position of Executive Vice President of Sales for the Dealer division.
Petrucci’s primary responsibility will be to oversee and manage all the Dealer sales functions of the company with regard to Kyocera Mita’s valued Dealer Sales channel for black and white, color imaging and document management for digital copiers, fax and printer system products including Kyocera Mita, Royal Copystar, Direct Operations and National Accounts. Petrucci will also oversee and strictly adhere to all sales forecasts and expense budgets to continue to deliver an increase in sales and profits for Kyocera Mita and its Dealers.
KMA will look to utilize Petrucci’s twenty plus years of Global experience in the information technology, office automation and document management industries as well as capitalize on his superior skills in being able to pinpoint budgetary insufficiencies while implementing viable cost-effective methods of operation and strategic business plans.
According to Shichiro Noda, President of Kyocera Mita, “KMA is extremely pleased to have Ron Petrucci on its team. Under Rons’ capable leadership, Kyocera Mita, as well as its valued Dealer channel, can look forward to more aggressive sales programs designed to increase profits for not only Kyocera Mita but its Dealers as well.”
Prior to coming to Kyocera Mita, Petrucci was successful in corporate America as Vice President - General Manager of New Jersey based Panasonic Corporation. To his credit, Petrucci was instrumental in achieving a run rate of $300 million in revenue in his tenure which was a positive success compared to the company’s $22 million decline prior to his acceptance of the position. Petrucci was also successful in implementing strategic plans for Panasonic while revitalizing operations to correct and improve profits and losses. Kyocera Mita · www.kyoceramita.com