LIU alumnus Steve Bandrowczak (Post ’88, BS) has just been appointed president and chief operations officer of Xerox. He will also serve as a member of the company’s Executive Committee, starting June 25, 2018.
Bandrowczak, who holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from LIU, will be responsible for developing and executing a global operations strategy in the company’s business support functions, including product and service delivery, customer billing, information technology, global procurement and real estate.
“Xerox is an iconic brand with a legacy of innovative technologies,” said Bandrowczak in a press release announcing his new appointment. “Joining the company at this time affords me the opportunity to help shape the next iteration of a global leader.”
“Steve brings a track record of growing businesses and enhancing competitiveness through a combination of innovation, technology and operational rigor,” said John Visentin, Xerox vice chairman and chief executive officer. “His breadth of experience across the product and service delivery chain will be essential to generating value for our shareholders and building more effective and efficient ways to serve our customers.”
Bandrowczak joins Xerox from Alight Solutions, where he was the chief operating officer and chief information officer, responsible for the company’s global supply chain, shared services, product development, transformation office, accounts payable, I/T strategy and operations, enterprise risk management and real estate.
Before coming to Alight Solutions, Bandrowczak was the president of Telecommunication Media and Technology at Sutherland Global Services. He previously served as the senior vice president for Global Business Services at Hewlett-Packard Enterprises, where he reportedly transformed its 16,000-employee shared service organization into a highly efficient operation with a focus on automation, business intelligence and labor optimization.
During his career, Bandrowczak has held senior leadership positions for various multi-billion-dollar global companies, including Avaya, Nortel, Lenovo, DHL and Avnet.