Wednesday, October 26, 2016
I must have missed a previous LinkedIn update on John Kamp, a long-time veteran of the reprographics and graphic imaging field (not to mention one of the nicest guys you could ever meet.) Today, I did receive a LinkedIn update and noticed that John joined The Millennium Group in May 2016.
You would be very hard pressed to find anyone with the extensive background and experience John Kamp has. His previous positions include the following:
--General Manager of Kinko’s / Absolute Imaging (LA area). Many years ago, Kinko’s had a wide-format reprographics division in the LA area; it was known as Absolute Imaging.
--Special Accounts Manager at Canon USA
--Marketing Manager / Area Sales Manager at OCE USA
--President of ReproMAX (prior to Rick Bosworth taking over that position)
--ARC Document Solutions – his positions with ARC included Regional President, CEO of the PEiR Group and CEO of Sub-Hub.
John worked for ARC until January 2008. I don’t believe he was employed in the reprographics / graphic imaging industry from Jan 2008 through May 2016, so his joining The Millennium Group in May 2016 ends an 8 year absence from that industry.
The Millennium Group Appoints John Kamp as its new National Business Development Specialist
The Millennium Group announces the appointment of John Kamp as its new National Business Development Specialist in our California office. With his vast experience, John brings an extensive international business background spanning over 25 years in various industries including mail distribution, managed print services, reprographics, centralized and decentralized scanning and printing, software technology, digital document management, education and training, manufacturing, medical, financial, insurance, transportation and product launch.
John is a consummate strategic thinker developing effective action plans to incorporate at various size organizational levels from Board of Directors, "C Suite," middle management, group and team leaders as well as motivating individuals to achieve beyond expectations. As an accomplished international public speaker, experienced facilitator, he has led multiple training and educational seminars in managed print services, facilities management, business processes, business development, change management, communication, and sharing of best business practices.
About the Millennium Group:
“We Are Your On-Site Outsourcing Trusted Advisors
The Millennium Group (TMG), Where Service Matters is a widely recognized provider of on-site Mail, Print, and Office Services Outsourcing to business enterprises across the U.S. and Canada.
We Are Big Enough to Serve, But Small Enough to Care
We want you to reach optimal success; our experts create customized solutions that help you – drive greater cost efficiencies, optimize resources, and improve productivity while optimizing service delivery in Mail, Shipping, Receiving, Warehousing, Centralized and Distributed Print, Records and Document Scanning, Reception, and related Administrative support.
Today, we support over 120 contracted facilities management clients in over 300 facilities across North America. In addition, we have over 75 staffed facilities, and 200,000 square feet of digital print, mailing materials fulfillment, and records storage processing space in New Jersey.”
Timothy Kerner is President of The Millenium Group
Now serving 25 years, Tim leads a Global facilities management service organization focusing on Integrated Facilities Management. Through national growth and expansion, Tim leads a firm operating in 40 states as well as 5 Canadian markets and South America. With over 1,500 associates, TMG is the leading independent provider of Integrated Facilities Management with a focus on the "Document Life Cycle". Tim has also led successful corporate acquisitions along with new service launches that have led to revenue expansion and greater market exposure. Recently, Tim has engineered the development of both a Records Management and Document Destruction business to meet the demand of full service document handling.
Posted by Joel Salus at 3:19 PM