Integrated Document Technologies in Itasca Appointed Michael Nolfo President And

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Integrated Document Technologies in Itasca Appointed Michael Nolfo President And


Integrated Document Technologies in Itasca appointed Michael Nolfo president and John Dobbins executive vice president of sales.

Nolfo will be responsible for devising and executing strategies that drive the organizations top line revenue and margin growth, through thought leadership, drive behaviors that will positively impact employees, customers and partners; and develop/nurture key customer, vendor and OEM partner relationships. A native of Elmhurst, he began his early career at IDT in 1999 as a sales representative. Most recently, he served as vice president of sales and client development with a focus on growing revenues with IDTs existing customer base.

Dobbins will direct and oversee IDTs account management and new business development strategies, as well as assist Nolfo in the execution of IDTs overall strategic objectives. Before joining IDT in 2003, Dobbins, was a managing partner for RPM in Chicago. Following IDTs acquisition of RPM, Dobbins became the executive vice president of IDT Consulting www.idtconsulting.com and left for a brief period of time pursing interests outside of the ERP industry. Dobbins later rejoined IDT in 2011 as vice president of sales.

Inland Real Estate Brokerage & Auctions Inc. of Oak Brook has promoted Hedy Matuszak to vice president. Matuszak, who has been with Inland since 1998, is a veteran of the real estate industry.

As vice president, Matuszak is responsible for business operations including information and transaction management, finance coordination, multistate licensing, compliance and corporate coordination of The Inland Real Estate Group memberships with the Chicago Association of Realtors.

During her career with Inland, Matuszak has been instrumental in the start up and growth of several Inland companies.

Jim Coleman, 51, joined Lake Forest-based Trustmark Companies in the newly created position of senior vice president and chief enterprise marketing officer.

He reports to Trustmark President and CEO Joe Pray. Pray said this newly created strategic position will increase enterprise growth and value by leveraging market and distribution synergies between Trustmarks four main businesses HealthFitness, CoreSource, Starmark and Trustmark Voluntary Benefit Solutions.

Coleman has more than 20 years of marketing leadership experience, most recently as senior vice president and chief marketing officer at Combined Insurance Company, the $1.4 billion supplemental insurance subsidiary of ACE Limited. Prior to Combined, Coleman was chief marketing officer for Culligan International and vice president, marketing, at Northwestern Mutual Life.

He holds a bachelors degree in management from Rutgers University.

Abby Kahaleh, a founding faculty member in Roosevelt Universitys College of Pharmacy, has received the 2014 Shining Star Award from the Illinois Council of Health-Systems Pharmacists. …

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