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Cathedral Corporation reveals latest chief technology officer in exciting announcement.

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Cathedral Corporation has announced the appointment of John Slaney as its chief technology officer (CTO). Slaney brings with him a wealth of experience in leading technology systems and content-management solution organizations. He will guide the implementation of a new corporate-wide enterprise system at Cathedral. Slaney holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and computer science from SUNY Maritime College.

Rome-based company Cathedral Corporation has appointed John Slaney as its new chief technology officer. Slaney has a track record of success in leading technology systems and content-management solution organizations. He will be responsible for overseeing technology innovation and development across the company’s five operating locations. Cathedral Corporation provides services such as data management, direct mail, print production, digital solutions, and fulfillment solutions to community and member-based organizations.

“John has the knowledge and experience to oversee technology innovation and development across the range of industries in which Cathedral competes and among all five operating locations,” said Marianne W. Gaige, company chair and CEO. “We look forward to his leadership contributions as Cathedral continues to invest in the rapidly changing world of document management and outsourced print and electronic communications.”

Slaney, who holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and computer science from SUNY Maritime College, previously served as the CTO of Content Critical Solutions. He focused on developing and implementing automated platforms and providing clients with access to user-friendly production controls and custom reporting. His experience will guide the process as Cathedral implements a new corporate-wide enterprise system.

Cathedral Corporation, headquartered in Rome, New York, operates production facilities in Holbrook, New York; Orlando, Florida; Lincoln, Rhode Island; and Kensington, Connecticut. The company offers services such as data management, direct mail, print production, digital solutions, and fulfillment solutions to community and member-based organizations. Slaney’s appointment as CTO will strengthen the company’s ability to adapt to the rapidly evolving world of document management and outsourced communication.

Source: Central New York Business Journal

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