Print Solution leader Xerox has announced the hiring of a Vice President, Tali Rosman for its 3D printing focused 3D Business. Previously, Rosman worked as the Head of Product Strategy and Operations at additive manufacturing giant Stratasys. In this role, Rosman was responsible for the yearly planning procedure of the product group and improved dedicated sales courses for certain customer segments.
Also, she recently held the position of Vice President and Head of Business Operations for the Americas at NICE. Nice is a software solutions firm.
In her latest role as the VP of 3D Business at Xerox, Rosman will report to the Chief of Technology Officer of the company, Naresh Shanker.
“3D is the most advanced of our five new innovation pillars in terms of bringing systems to market and generating revenue,” Shanker said.
Shanker also added that this needs a leader that believes uniquely and is able to drive policy. This is as they move near a business unveiling of their liquid metal printer in the course of the year.
“Given Tali’s extensive knowledge of the 3D industry, I am confident she is the right person to advance our program in 2020 and beyond,” he added.
Speaking about her appointment, this is what Rosman had to say; “Being part of the team transforming and revitalizing this marquee brand is a unique opportunity. I’m excited to see how Xerox becomes the leader in the 3D printing industry, helping 3D printing cross the chasm from prototyping to manufacturing.”
The company tried to get the additive manufacturing business the previous year. This is with the purchase of New York-situated father-son metal 3D printing firm, Vader Systems, and its Magnet-o-Jet liquid metal 3D printing technology. After that, the firm has been creating solutions for high-speed plastics printing. These were exhibited in a fresh printing nozzle idea back at Formnext in November. Currently, Xerox is working on enhancing its metal technology for profit adjustment later this year.