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Diebold names Sal Mahbouba VP, global services

14 July 2014  |  1362 views  |  0 Source: Diebold

Diebold, Incorporated (DBD) today announced Sal Mahbouba has been named vice president, global services. An experienced technology and services professional, Mahbouba will lead the company's global services portfolio, infrastructure and service technology teams.

Mahbouba has held various leadership positions at several global high-tech and service-oriented companies where he has been responsible for all aspects of a global services business including supply chain management, forward and reverse logistics, and break-fix repair.

During his more than 10 year career with Oracle, Mahbouba was responsible for the conceptualization, development and implementation of consistent business practice, process optimization and solution architecture. More recently, he spent five years at Avaya, Inc. during which time he drove profitable growth and market expansion.

"Sal's track record of success in business services and technology will be of great value to our company," said George S. Mayes, Jr., Diebold executive vice president and chief operating officer. "His extensive experience in the services industry will help us remain a best-in-class service organization as we continue to evolve our strategy and processes."

Mahbouba received his bachelor's degree in mathematics from Al-Mustansiryah University and a master's degree in computer science from City University of New York. 

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