EFI selects management team

EFI has appointed David Reeder as Chief Financial Officer, following the departure of Vincent Pilette last August. Until recently Reeder was the head of finance for Cisco’s Enterprise Networking Group. He holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Southern Methodist University and a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Arkansas.
“Following a comprehensive search, I am very pleased to welcome David Reeder to EFI’s executive team,” said Guy Gecht, EFI’s Chief Executive Officer. “David was our clear first choice with his extensive background in both finance and operations at Cisco, Broadcom, and Texas Instruments which make him a tremendous asset to EFI’s diverse business. In addition, David’s significant global experience is a terrific fit as EFI further expands our geographic footprint, a key element of our growth strategy.”
In addition, Marc Olin has been promoted to the newly created position of Chief Operating Officer. Officially he is currently Senior Vice-President and General Manager of the Productivity Software Group, but he has been the interim CFO for the last six months. He joined EFI in 2003 when the Company acquired PrintCafe, where he was CEO and Co-Founder. Olin holds a BS in Graphic Communications Management and Applied Mathematics from Carnegie Mellon University.


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