Screen USA - 7/31/2008
Bill Brunone to Lead Inkjet Business Strategy for Screen USA
Rolling Meadows, IL - Screen (USA) today announced the promotion of Bill Brunone to Vice President of
Targeted Inkjet Systems, a newly created position within the company reporting directly to Mike Fox, president
of Screen (USA).
With his increased responsibilities, Brunone will develop and implement a sales strategy for specific inkjet
product lines across all of Screen USA's sales regions. Brunone will perform a significant role for the corporation
by aligning and driving a robust corporate inkjet sales strategy, starting with the roll-fed Truepress Jet520 color
inkjet press and Screen's new Truepress Jet650UV, an ultraviolet-cured inkjet flatbed press designed for the
printing of industrial parts.
Brunone is able to draw on his vast experience in the graphic arts industry and competitive knowledge of front
end systems and digital printing technologies in wide-format, transactional, one-to-one marketing and short-run
devices, Fox said in making the announcement.
"Bill has been a critical part of our success in the past two years serving first in a consulting role and representing
Screen as a conference speaker on digital printing, then as our sales and market development pioneer of the
Truepress Jet520 and Truepress Jet650UV," Fox added. "He devised the marketing plan for the launch of the
Truepress Jet520 variable data inkjet printer in the United States. Furthermore, he was instrumental in placing the
Truepress Jet520 in some of the largest printing companies in this country."
Before coming to Screen in 2006, Brunone joined Imaje Ink Jet Printing Corp. as Vice President of Systems and
Applications, where he managed sales, service and application engineering of the company's high-speed
Prior to that, he spent six years at Xerox Corp. He went on to hold several management positions, including
National Account Business Manager and Global Account Manager. Earlier in his career, Brunone created
strategic plans and led product development for startups of new business entities in the industrial printing and
information technology fields.
Brunone earned a bachelor of science degree in engineering in 1975 from Stevens Institute of Technology and
a master of business administration in finance in 1979 from Benedictine College.