Stewart, A Xerox Company - Female Executive of the Year
Company: Stewart, A Xerox Company, Mount Laurel, NJ
Company Description: Stewart, A Xerox Company is one of the region’s largest and most respected business technology consultancy firms, serving the entire state of New Jersey, Eastern Pennsylvania and Northern Delaware. Our footprint extends to six (6) local offices in the New Jersey, Eastern Pennsylvania and Northern Delaware areas. We provide the broadest portfolio of technology and services for any size company.
Nomination Category: Individual Awards Categories
Nomination Sub Category: Female Executive of the Year – Business Products –11 to 2,500 Employees
Nomination Title: Kathy DiMaggio, Vice President of Sales
Describe for the judges the activities and accomplishments of the nominated executive since the beginning of July last year (up to 525 words):
Kathy DiMaggio joined Stewart, A Xerox Company (www.stewartxerox.com ) in May 2012 and is responsible as Vice President of Sales for managing an organization of 65 sales professionals and developing plans and strategies which help in achieving the company’s sales goals. Kathy works closely with her team members to create a culture of success and ongoing business and goal achievement. In her current role, Kathy is responsible for Sales across all Stewart territories, including all of New Jersey, Eastern Pennsylvania, and Wilmington, Delaware areas. With over 20 years in Sales & Management in the technology industry, Kathy continually focuses on managing customer expectations that will contribute to the highest level of customer satisfaction.
Kathy’s accomplishments at Stewart since July 2016 have been many, but it is her leadership in expanding Stewart’s presence in the healthcare market that has clearly set her apart. Kathy was instrumental in securing a new partnership with RWJBarnabas Health (www.rwjbhinfo.org ) during December 2016, which is the largest new customer roll-out in Stewart’s history. RWJBarnabas Health is the state’s most comprehensive health system, with14 Clinical Hospitals and hundreds of satellite offices and regional care facilities.The win was a direct result of Kathy’s existing positive relationships with Robert Wood Johnson (Hamilton, NJ) and Jersey City Medical Center (Jersey City, NJ) and with the decision-makers at Barnabas Health based on her understanding of their core mission to improve patient care at the forefront.
Kathy’s ability to collaborate, leverage resources and share best practices had a direct impact in Stewart being awarded this business. Without the commitment, vision and close working relationships established by Kathy across the company, the successful execution of the project would not have been possible.
If that wasn’t enough, Kathy’s leadership was instrumental during this same time period in extending ongoing partnerships with Capital Health (www.capitalhealth.org) and CentraState Healthcare System (www.centrastate.com) and establishing a new business relationship with decision-makers at Temple University Health Systems (www.templehealth.org) for 2017 and beyond. With Kathy’s leadership, we are confident that Stewart will meet its goal of becoming the largest provider of technology to HealthCare organizations in the State of New Jersey.
Kathy works closely with C-Level decision-makers and all levels of customer management utilizing her collaborative and consultative approach. The solutions proposed and implemented by Kathy and the Stewart team have been designed to streamline print workflow processes, reduce operating expense and enable these large healthcare organizations to focus on what matters most to them: providing high quality healthcare to the communities that they serve.
Stewart is proud to nominate Kathy for this award and to have someone of her experience, passion and knowledge leading our sales organization to new heights. She is a person of high integrity and clearly demonstrates Excellence. At work. and commitment to customer satisfaction each and every day.
Kathy’s commitment is to help improve the efficiencies of the Healthcare Providers by helping them to reduce waste, lower costs and streamline processes. This has resulted in significant savings for them. The savings realized can be reinvested in their primary mission of offering exceptional patient care.
Provide a brief biography of the nominated executive (up to 125 words):
Kathy DiMaggio joined Stewart in May 2012 and is responsible as Vice President of Sales for developing plans and strategies which help in achieving the company’s sales goals. Kathy works closely with her team members to create a culture of success and ongoing business and goal achievement. In her current role, Kathy is responsible for Sales across all Stewart territories, including all of New Jersey, Eastern Pennsylvania, and Wilmington, Delaware areas. Kathy continues to develop and lead our sales force as the strongest consulting team in the marketplace. With over 20 years in Sales & Management in the technology industry, Kathy continually focuses on managing customer expectations that will contribute to the highest level of customer satisfaction.