American businessman and investor John Visentin is well-known. Vice Chairman and CEO of Xerox was John Visentin.
John Visentin began his career at IBM Canada and held a number of positions there, including vice president of the industrial sector in the east region of the United States, executive in charge of client advocacy in the chairman’s office, global vice president of end-user services, and general manager of Integrated Technology Services North America.
Following that, John Visentin started working at Hewlett Packard Enterprise as an SVP of Enterprise Services before being given the opportunity to become an Executive Vice President and General Manager of Business Solutions.
Icahn had lobbied for a combination in 2020, and Visentin was in head of the company when it sought to takeover HP for $35 billion in a hostile bid.
Same year, Xerox revealed its Visentin three-year cost-cutting strategy in response to a decline in demand brought on by enterprises’ reduced document creation.
John Visentin Xerox Age
John Visentin, the chief executive of Xerox, passed away on Tuesday. Visentin oversaw the photocopying and technology company during a turbulent pandemic and a period of declining demand for printed materials and ink.
He was 59.