Redmond resident Brian Landgren named president of Electronic Business Machines
August 28, 2012 · 10:11 AM
Electronic Business Machines (EBM) in Everett has named Redmond resident Brian Landgren as the company's new president.
"I am very pleased to welcome Brian Landgren to our executive team as a vested partner and president of Electronic Business Machines," said Richard Schlosser, CEO of EBM.
Landgren has more than 25 years in the office products industry and worked for Global Imaging Systems, one of the largest dealers in the United States. Landgren will have overall responsibility of sales, service and operations, as well as developing and implementing EBM's growth strategies.
"I've known Brian for over ten years and have seen him take a company and grow revenues and profitability ten-fold during that time," said Schlosser.
Landgren's well-rounded background in acquisitions, finance, inventory management and operations complements the services that EBM provides.
He started his career in public accounting. In 1986 Landgren joined an independent office products dealer in West Palm Beach, Fla. and was soon promoted to CFO/VP of administration. In 1992 Landgren went to an independent office products dealer in Baltimore as their CFO/VP. In 1997, he was recruited by Global Imaging Systems. In December 2003 Landgren was named president of the Northwest Group for Global Imaging. Landgren is one of the few Global presidents who grew his career from the finance and operations side of the business.
"I know that Brian will demonstrate himself as a significant asset to our valued customers and community," Schlosser said.