Monday, February 14, 2011

Former ARC CFO, Mark Legg, is the CFO of Memjet

Related to the article we posted yesterday (in that article we mentioned Memjet), here’s something that reprographers will find interesting, I’m sure:



Mark Legg was named as chief financial officer of Memjet in March 2010. He brings more than 30 years of experience in domestic and international management, operations, finance and logistics to Memjet as the company commercializes its color printing technologies across multiple markets.

Prior to joining Memjet, Mark served as senior vice president and chief financial officer for General Atomics, a global technology, mining and U.S. defense contractor. Mark oversaw all financial functions of this multibillion-dollar company.

Before General Atomics, Mark served as chief financial officer for the American Reprographics Company, a leading information management, digital printing and software company. While there Mark established the financial infrastructure to support the company’s IPO that was recognized as one of the 10 most successful initial public offerings in 2005. During Mark’s tenure at American Reprographics the company grew by 600 percent.

Prior to joining American Reprographics Company, Mark spent 11 years at Vivitar Corporation, a global photography and technology firm. He served as the company’s chief financial officer and chief operating officer during that time.

Mark began his financial career with Price Waterhouse. In addition to his corporate responsibilities for Memjet, he also serves on the San Diego Advisory Board for the CFO Roundtable at the University of San Diego.

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