Bailey heads Global Graphics sales

Justin Bailey has joined Global Gaphics as VP of sales. He has over 25 years’ experience in the document imaging and print markets, including 17 years working for Canon in the UK, where he worked in the sales team that pioneered the early sales of colour laser systems into the graphic arts, pay for print and office markets. 

He’s also worked with the document scanning application, eCopy, founding its EMEA business which grew to represent approximately 30% of the company revenue. During this time Bailey was involved in broadening the reach of eCopy’s technology platforms so that most leading brands of multi-function office printers (MFPs) had eCopy solutions to sell via their channel. He also was instrumental in growing the eCopy partner ecosystem, extending the reach of the eCopy solution by integrating it with a broad portfolio of content management systems and other enterprise applications.

When eCopy was acquired by Nuance in 2009 his responsibilities were extended to include the Equitrac, Safecom, and Copitrak imaging systems for MFPs, as well as desktop applications for OCR (optical character recognition) and PDF, and the Omnipage Development platform.

He will report directly to Gary Fry, Global Graphics’ CEO, who commented: “Justin’s track record speaks for itself.  He has joined us at a time when the alignment of our products and strategy is showing increasing success. Adding Justin’s talent will contribute significantly to us growing our business together.”





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