Melanie Hudson is President of Lexmark Canada, responsible for the daily operations of the company, including revenue, profit, business development, distribution and go to market strategy.
Hudson comes from Lexmark's Corporate Offices in Lexington, Kentucky where she was the Vice President of Lexmark Services in the United States, responsible for Enterprise Sales, Professional Services, Client Managed Services, and Solutions Development & Integration.
Prior to assuming the Services role in 2012, Hudson was the Director of Client Managed Services in the U.S. responsible for fulfilling Lexmark’s managed print services contracts and ensuring Lexmark clients were fully satisfied with the delivery of these services.
Since joining Lexmark in 1994, Hudson has served in several supply chain, customer operations and program management roles. She has managed Lexmark’s Project Management Office, where she transitioned many premier clients to a managed print services environment, and served as transition program manager for a major managed print services account.
Todd Greenwood joined Lexmark in 1995 and has held positions in channel sales, marketing, large account sales (government, services, and financial verticals), sales management and operations management.
He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Wilfrid Laurier University and an MBA from the Schulich School of Business at York University.
Matthew Barnicoat leads Lexmark Canada's Global Services division, which assists clients to manage their output fleets through innovative outsourcing and solutions services. He joined Lexmark in 2004 and has held several positions in consulting and operations during his tenure.
A graduate of Thunderbird, The Garvin School of International Management with a Masters of Business Administration, Matthew has many years of experience in assisting both private and public sector organizations to realize their output management and solutions goals.
Prior to joining Lexmark Canada Inc., Matthew worked as a senior consultant in CGI's Enterprise Content Management Practice.