Alberto Sanson has taken the CIO mantle at the Cambridge-headquartered commercial inkjet printing and industrial coding, marking and labelling equipment manufacturer following the departure of Dick Wallin, who retired after 20 years heading Domino’s IT.
“My goal is to build upon what Dick has already achieved in transforming Domino’s global IT organisation into a trusted business partner, delivering an IT strategy that aligns with and moves the larger business strategy forward,” said Sanson.
“Our objective is to improve both the experience we provide our customers and our operational efficiency, to deliver genuine, long-term competitive advantage.”
Sanson has held a number of senior IT roles, and was most recently group IT director of Illinois Tool Works’ $1.7bn Construction Segment.
Robert Pulford, who was appointed Domino CEO last year said: “His in-depth experience of leading sophisticated IT functions in dynamic industrial and technology businesses will be invaluable to us in the rapidly-changing times in which we operate, allowing us to build upon our already strong foundations and support our objectives for an agile, sustainable and innovative global business.”