ADP Vet Mark Benjamin Joins NCR as President, COO; Bill Nuti Comments

Mark Benjamin
Mark Benjamin

Mark Benjamin, a 24-year veteran of human resources management firm Automatic Data Processing (Nasdaq: ADP), has been named president and chief operating officer of Georgia-based consumer transaction technology provider NCR (NYSE: NCR).

He will report directly to NCR Chairman and CEO Bill Nuti and be responsible for the company’s sales, industry systems management, product development, services and supply chain operations in his new position,  the company said Wednesday.

“Mark brings relevant experience and a great track record of leadership and performance to NCR, ” said Nuti.

“Mark’s knowledge of cloud-based services, building strong recurring revenue models, the global environment and our go-to-market industries will be invaluable to this next phase of our growth, ” he added.

Benjamin most recently served as president of the global enterprise solutions division,  where he managed 20, 000 employees and a portfolio of businesses that serve clients in more than 100 countries.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration, international finance and marketing from the University of Miami.

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