New VP for portable printers at Datamax-O'Neil

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Datamax-O'Neil, manufacturer of stationary, vehicle mount, portable label and receipt printers, has appointmented Brian Bukowski as vice president for its Portable Printer Business Unit. Bukowski will be responsible for leading the company's portable printer business operations, including driving product development, and building market and channel strategies to grow Datamax-O'Neil's customer base, channel partner base, and revenue.

"Brian's proven track record of sales success; his unique combination of skills that covers sales, product marketing and channel development; and his strategic vision will help Datamax-O'Neil expand in the thermal mobile printer market," said Paul Sindoni, president of Datamax-O'Neil. "The portable printer segment represents a significant opportunity for growth, and we look forward to Brian applying his strong results-oriented sales, marketing and channel experience to build our business."

Datamax-O'Neil has built a strong reputation in the portable printer business with its diverse portfolio of rugged and reliable label and receipt printers. These portable printing solutions have become integral components in key vertical markets that include public safety, field service, route accounting, retail and healthcare. These markets are ideal for channel partners to grow and provide efficient, cost-effective solutions with quick ROI to enterprise customers.

"Datamax-O'Neil has great products and a team dedicated to success, so the opportunity to grow the portable printer business in a marketplace that is both dynamic and fast paced is exciting," said Bukowski. "I look forward to working with the Datamax-O'Neil team as we develop and implement the strategies that will lead to highly competitive products, strong partnerships and impressive growth."

Bukowski brings to Datamax-O'Neil more than 25 years of experience in marketing and selling complex technology solutions that drove consistent revenue growth and profitability. He most recently served as Vice President of North America Enterprise – Sales for Motorola Solutions, leading a team of 200 associates responsible for growing Motorola's mobile, wireless network, software and services portfolio in key vertical markets of retail, manufacturing, healthcare and transportation. He worked at Symbol, prior to its acquisition by Motorola, and held a variety of key positions there, including director of OEM sales, senior enterprise account manager and product marketing manager.

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