SPIROL International Corporation is pleased to announce that our Board of Directors has elected Pam Cinami to serve as a Director for the North American Operational Board.
Pam has been with SPIROL for 27 years; 11 of these years were in Operational roles such as Production Scheduling, Production Planning, Inventory Planning, and Production Manager. This day-to-day operational experience has been critical to Pam fulfilling her role as Business Systems Manager over the past 13 years. She has a firm understanding of our Business Vision, Strategies and Philosophies. She has been a strong contributor and is responsible for many of the system advancements, which have allowed SPIROL to continue to excel as we have grown globally.
In addition to Pam’s role as Business Systems Manager, she has also been appointed by the Spirol Executive Committee as the Chairperson for the Global IT Council. Spirol’s Information Technology (IT) department is a service group to the business operating functions and, as such, it must balance many demanding objectives such as standardization versus customization of services against total cost of service. At the end of the day, our Information Technology must allow us to perform our job efficiently and effectively and help us achieve our global vision as previously distributed earlier in the year. Information Technology is a critical internal partner to SPIROL’s functional groups. Information Technology is rapidly changing, and SPIROL is embarking on the development of a long term IT plan to significantly enhance systems and take advantage of some of the newer developments in the world of IT (both hardware and software). As Chairperson of the IT Council, Pam’s leadership is critical to our effectiveness and long term growth plans as we finesse the critical business decisions in this arena.
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