will be responsible for driving the company's strategy and operational execution into the digital arena.
A few weeks ago Steve
underwent kidney-donation surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital
in Baltimore, MD whereby he
was considered an altruistic donor and besides enabling my his
wife Janice to receive a long-awaited kidney transplant, he
also enabled 5 other people in a living donor transplant chain to receive a kidney transplant as well.
A helicopter was on standby at Johns Hopkins
to fly the kidney to North Carolina and Steve
became the second person in the world to be a living donor whose kidney was ever flown out-of-state for a transplant.
Steve joins Prisco from Hewlett-Packard Company where he served as President of Scitex Vision Americas until the acquisition by HP, and then filled several business planning and strategic roles within HP's Imaging & Printing Division.
Prior to his role as President of Scitex Vision Americas, Steve held senior management positions within Scitex Corporation Ltd. where he served as the President of Karat Digital Press, a startup and joint-venture between Scitex and KBA, which was then fully acquired by KBA with Steve then serving as the President of KBA's digital division in North America.
Prior to this, he was the President of International Paper Company's' global printing chemicals business which was then acquired by Fuji Photo Film of Tokyo.
Until 2004 Steve was application engineer at Scitex/Creo in Boston, were he handled a variety of projects for a software engineering team, mostly on Macintosh.
Prior to his Scitex days ('91-'93), Steve was Release Engineering Group Leader at Varityper.
Steve Grossman who was application specialist at Scitex America between '94 and '97, is currently a software systemes Quality Assurance Manager at Real Networks in Seattle Washington.
Before Real Networks, between 1997 and 2000 Steve was Lab manager at eCharge, QA manager at Luminous and QA manager at Imation Publishing Software.
Steve was also a technical writer at the Israeli company Tadiran.
is providing ways for consumers to be entertained on any screen (PC, home entertainment system, portable device or mobile phone) anywhere.