FLM Graphics announces that Frank M. Misischia has assumed the role of President
Stepping down from the role of President, Vince Fiorello, who has been in that role since March 2003, will remain an active executive member of FLM’s board of directors.
FLM is a diversified company; they operate a “reprographics” division (FLM Reprographics), and they have long been involved in digital printing (and technology services related to business solutions.)
FLM is based in Fairfield, N.J. Years ago, I (and other senior officers at NGI) had the opportunity to meet Frank L Misischia (founder, Chairman & CEO) and Vince Fiorello (immediate past President) when they visited us at our offices in Tampa, FL. Frank L is Frank M’s father. Frank M is an attorney by background; evidently, he decided, back in 2007, that the imaging business and industry would be a whole lot more fun than the legal industry.
Congratulations to Frank M on his appointment to the role of President; best wishes and good luck!
Here’s the Press Release FLM Graphics issued:
Frank M. Misischia Appointed President of FLM Graphics
Thursday, March 15, 2012
Press release from the issuing company
FLM Graphics has announced the appointment of Frank M. Misischia to the position of President.
As President of FLM Graphics, Mr. Misischia has responsibility and authority over production operations, technology development, sales, client services, finance, and administration, and he will be responsible for bottom line performance of all FLM business units, including the company’s commercial and digital printing, Trucolor, and Access Images operations. He also will continue to serve in his current role as President of FLM Reprographics, FLM’s business focused on printing and document management services customized to serve the AEC (architectural-engineering-construction) industry.
Frank M. Misischia—known to friends and colleagues as “Frank M.”—succeeds Vince Fiorello who has overseen FLM Graphics since 1998 and continues to serve as an active executive member of the board of directors for FLM Graphics Corporation.
Mr. Misischia was instrumental in establishing and managing FLM’s sourcing and facilities management operation for the new Meadowlands Stadium project in East Rutherford, NJ, between 2007 and 2010, and he has played a pivotal role in bringing to fruition a number of web-to-print program projects custom-designed for FLM clients in the retail, pharmaceutical, and financial industries.
“Frank M. is a dynamic leader with a track record of delivering breakthrough creativity and forging strong client partnerships,” said Frank L. Misischia, Founder, Chairman and CEO of FLM Graphics Corporation. “He has taken our reprographics and digital printing business to the next level of its success and will accelerate our continued efforts to serve as a powerful and valued resource in providing cost-effective, integrated, graphic communications services to our clients.”
“I am excited about the opportunity to lead FLM’s continuing evolution from its roots as an industry leader in the conventional methods of putting ink on paper to its current and future position as an industry leader,” Frank M. Misischia said in discussing the challenges and opportunities in his new role. “The primary goal for FLM’s management team is to innovate and work with our industry partners to help our clients create, manage and disseminate their content and communications through a wide variety of cross-media applications, including, but not limited to, marketing portals, targeted variable direct mailings, e-mail blasts, personalized URL’s and social media.”
Prior to joining FLM Graphics Corporation in 2007, Frank M. Misischia worked for Day Pitney LLP in Morristown, NJ, as attorney at law. He also worked at Morgan Stanley in New York. He is a graduate of Georgetown University with a BS in Finance, attended the London School of Economics, received his law degree from Brooklyn Law School, and is a certified member of the New Jersey State Bar Association. Mr. Misischia lives in Wyckoff, NJ, with his wife, Erin, and their son. He is an active member of the International Reprographic Association (IRGA) and Printing Industries of America (PIA), and serves on the Development Committee of the Cerebral Palsy Association of Northern New Jersey.