ESI’s Dan Cooper Up to Global Imaging Systems; Anthony Lane and Kurt Schmelz to Fill Void

Electronic Systems, Inc. (ESI) announced today that Dan Cooper will turn over control of ESI and accept a promotion to a senior executive role with Global Imaging Systems, ESI’s parent company, and a wholly owned subsidiary of Xerox.

Cooper will now hold the title of Executive Vice President, Field Operations for Global Imaging Systems, which is based in Tampa, Florida.

Cooper’s role of CEO of ESI will be filled by the company’s co-presidents, Kurt Schmelz and Anthony Lane.

“Kurt and Anthony share the same passion for service to our customers, and a strong commitment to our employees, which makes them the ideal team to lead this company, ” said Dan Cooper, former CEO of Electronic Systems Group, and current Executive Vice President, Field Operations for Global Imaging Systems.  “They have both been instrumental in ESI’s historic growth, and I have tremendous confidence in their ability to continue the company’s development.”

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