Rimage Corporation, a provider of workflow-integrated digital publishing solutions, has appointed James Stewart as chief financial officer (CFO). Stewart will join the company on 26 July 2010 and become CFO in August 2010. Robert Wolf, the current CFO, will continue to work until 27 August 2010 to help the management transition for his successor.
Stewart previously served as CFO of Comm-Works, a voice and data infrastructure services company. In this position, he helped formulate and lead an aggressive growth plan that included several strategic acquisitions. Prior to joining Comm-Works in 2006, Stewart was senior vice president (SVP), finance of Ceridian Corporation’s Human Resource Solutions unit, a US$1bn global provider of human resource outsourcing solutions. As a key member of Ceridian’s executive team, Stewart helped drive a strategic planning process that strengthened Ceridian’s growth and profitability.
Earlier in his career, Stewart was: CFO and operations leader for Optical Solutions, a US$15m venture-backed manufacturer and marketer of passive optical access solutions for residential and small to medium-size businesses; CFO of Micron Electronics, a US$1.5bn public manufacturer and marketer of personal computers, semiconductors and web hosting services; and corporate controller of Imation Corporation, a US$2.3bn public information and imaging company.
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