Kodak Creates New Organization Structure to Drive Growth

Kodak Creates New Organization Structure to Drive Growth


Rochester, NY—Kodak established a new organizational structure to make it “faster moving, more competitive and more entrepreneurial.” Kodak now has five market-focused business divisions: Print Systems; Enterprise Inkjet Systems; Micro 3D Printing and Packaging; Software and Solutions; and Consumer and Film. They are each end-to-end operating units with responsibility and accountability for portfolio, product design, engineering, services, sales, purchasing and supply chain.

“Kodak has an extraordinary product and service portfolio, groundbreaking scientific and engineering expertise, and a world-famous and highly trusted brand,” said Jeff Clarke, Kodak’s CEO. “We now have the right organizational structure for deploying those strengths to drive growth. We designed this structure to sharpen our focus on performance, predictability and accountability for business results.”

Here is a brief outline of Kodak’s operating divisions, their markets and their leaders.

Print Systems: Led by Brad Kruchten, president, Print Systems, and senior vice president, Kodak, this division serves graphic arts and commercial print customers with printing plates, computer-to-plate imaging solutions, electrophotographic printing solutions, OEM toner and equipment services.

Enterprise Inkjet Systems: Philip Cullimore, president, Enterprise Inkjet Systems, and senior vice president, Kodak, leads this division, which serves inkjet printing customers with Kodak Prosper systems, VersaMark systems; Print on Demand Solutions; and ink OEM solutions.

Micro 3D Printing and Packaging: Philip Cullimore also leads this group on an interim basis as president. It serves packaging customers and display OEM partners with products such as Kodak Flexcel NX systems and plates, legacy packaging solutions and touch-sensor films.

Software and Solutions: Eric-Yves Mahe, president, Software and Solutions, and senior vice president, Kodak, heads this unit, which includes Kodak Technology Solutions, Kodak’s go-to-market engine to prioritize and monetize Kodak innovations in partnership with Kodak Research Labs; Kodak Unified Workflow Solutions; Brand Protection Solutions; Kodak Services for Business; and Design 2 Launch solutions to manage and coordinate use of brand assets.

Consumer and Film Division: Steven Overman, president, Consumer and Film, and senior vice president, Kodak, who is also Kodak’s chief marketing officer, oversees Kodak’s most consumer-facing division, with responsibility for consumer inkjet solutions, motion picture and commercial films, synthetic chemicals and brand licensing.

Kodak is also combining its current four regional sales organizations into two: Europe, United States and Canada, Australia and New Zealand (EUCAN) and Asia, Latin America, Middle East and Africa (ALMA). They are led by John O’Grady, managing director, EUCAN, and vice president, Kodak; and Lois Lebegue, managing director, ALMA, and vice president, Kodak.

The company also is optimizing its corporate functions by eliminating overlap and enhancing accountability. The corporate functional leaders are: John McMullen, chief financial officer and executive vice president; Mark Green, chief human resources officer and senior vice president; Steven Overman, chief marketing officer and senior vice president; Patrick Sheller, general counsel, secretary and chief administrative officer and senior vice president; Terry Taber, chief technical officer and senior vice president; and Kim VanGelder, chief information officer and vice president. VanGelder reports to Jeff Clarke. These changes will be effective January 1, 2015. kodak.com