Konica Minolta Business Solutions US (Konica Minolta) has changed its executive leadership team that will set the direction for the company’s new fiscal year 2024 (FY24) and beyond.

Michael Mathé has been named executive vice president, chief operating officer and will serve on the US board of directors. With 30 years of industry experience, he has knowledge in global business performance, acquisitions, expansion and accelerating sustainable revenue growth. Mr Mathé started his career with Konica Minolta in 2012 as senior vice president, international sales and was promoted to president in March of 2021. Most recently, he served as chief of operations and sales enablement. His new responsibilities will include oversight of Konica Minolta’s US and Canadian operations.

A career which began fourteen years ago at Konica Minolta, William Troxil will take on a new, expanded role as advisor to the CEO. Holding previous positions at the company such as corporate vice president of National Accounts and GSA for the US, Mr Troxil went on to become president and officer of Danka Office Imaging, and upon its acquisition by Konica Minolta, held the position of president and COO of the Direct Channel. Most recently, he has been responsible for leading the company’s Industrial Print Channel, which encompasses Konica Minolta’s high-speed inkjet, labelling and embellishment businesses.

Konica Minolta has recently welcomed Frank Mallozzi as president, IPP to oversee the company’s industry leading high-speed inkjet, labelling and embellishment businesses. Mr Mallozzi recently founded the Centre Reach Group, a consultancy focused on helping companies design and develop go-to-market growth strategies, execute on strategic plans and optimise marketing efficiencies for direct sales and channel optimisation while increasing sales productivity.

Mark Simons has moved into a new role as president of US sales for Konica Minolta’s Direct Channel. He will now lead the direct sales organisation for the US market with a focus on delivering managed services to clients. Mr Simons joined the company in 2018 as senior vice president of Strategic Partnerships, bringing with him more than 40 years of experience within the technology industry.

Commenting on the change in the company’s executive leadership team, Sam Errigo, president and CEO, Konica Minolta, said, ‘I couldn’t be more excited to announce this elite leadership team that will chart our path forward for the new fiscal year and lead us into a bright future. I have a great sense of optimism as we continue to transform key elements of our business operations that will pay long-term dividends for our customers and employees.’