Xerox names Steven Bandrowczak as CEO

Xerox has appointed Steven Bandrowczak as Chief Executive Officer, a post he was holding on interim basis since the recent death of former CEO John Visentin.

Bandrowczak has been with Xerox since 2018 and takes over during a time of relative stability at Xerox, which has in the past few years has weathered multiple merger and acquisition missteps and ownership battles, but his time at the company seems to have provided the experience he needs. He was also on the board of directors of Fuji Xerox, the joint venture between Fujifilm and Xerox that ended in early 2021.

Xerox Chairman James Nelson said that Visentin drove Xerox forward since he joined the company in May of 2018.

He commented, “As a champion for innovation, he embraced and enhanced Xerox’s legacy as a print and services provider and embarked on a transformative journey that broadened the company’s expertise and offerings to digital and IT services, financial services and disruptive technologies. John’s drive, energy and commitment to the business and its customers, partners and employees will be greatly missed.”

“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” adds Nelson.

Bandrowczak said, “I am humbled by the Board’s decision to appoint me as chief executive officer. 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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