Konica Minolta Announces New SVP, CIO
Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. (Konica Minolta) today announced Mike Lee has joined the company as Senior Vice President, Chief Information Officer. In his role, Lee will be responsible for driving the company’s current digital transformation (DX) strategy within Information Technology (IT) across the business in the U.S., as well as supporting its efforts globally. He will also lead Konica Minolta’s IT organization and provide the vision and technical guidance to enable the company’s ongoing growth.
Lee brings more than 23 years of experience leading business and software digital technology organizations in manufacturing, financial service and technology industries while working at GE and Carrier Global Corporation. Throughout his professional career he has held executive positions as a CIO, leading global product management and engineering teams, and driving customer experience initiatives across different business models and industries. He holds a B.S. in Interdisciplinary Engineering and Management from Clarkson University.
“As we continue to drive our strategy to guide and support our customers’ digital transformation, we are confident that Mike will provide the strategic vision and technical guidance that will enable our business to evolve toward a more services-focused business model,” said Patrick Banno, President and CEO, Konica Minolta. “His expertise and vision will help us to further enhance and evolve our IT capabilities for the betterment of our employees, our customers and our business.”
“As a global technology leader, Konica Minolta has a solid reputation for enabling the digital transformation of its dealers and customers, and I am extremely eager to begin contributing to their efforts,” said Mike Lee, Senior Vice President, CIO, Konica Minolta. “I look forward to working with Konica Minolta’s stellar executive leadership team along with our global counterparts to identify future impactful opportunities to shape the future direction of the company and support Konica Minolta’s growth.”