Diebold Names Sarah Johnson Vice President of Global Managed and Professional Services

Thursday 19 February 2004 02:27 CET | News

Sarah Johnson has been named vice president of Global Managed and Professional Services for Diebold.

In this role, Johnson will be responsible for creating global managed/outsourcing and professional services strategies and direction for all products/services and integrating them with the appropriate software and systems. Prior to joining Diebold, Johnson worked as an independent consultant working with clients on information technology, application development and strategic planning. Prior to her consulting, she was employed by IBM Corporation for 19 years and most recently served as global services line executive for information technology operations. Johnson graduated from Mount Saint Mary College in Newburgh, New York and holds a bachelors degree in computer science. Johnson also holds an associates degree in computer science. She currently resides in Georgia and will be relocated to the Canton, Ohio area.

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