Irwin Oh appointed Rototype International CEO
By Digital News Asia January 25, 2013
- SAP expert to continue founder Harres Tan’s legacy
- Tan to assume role of Group CEO
ROTOTYPE International, which provides end-to-end banking solutions and self-service banking machines, has appointed Irwin Oh (pic) its new chief executive officer, effective Jan 3, 2013, at which time Harres Tan assumed the role of group chief executive officer.
Oh, who most recently served as a SAP business process expert at the BASF East Asia regional headquarters in Hong Kong, has vast international experience, the company said, having worked with 15 countries within the Asia Pacific region.
He also collaborated with global counterparts from Europe, North America and South America to implement innovative procurement solutions to improve operational excellence and standardize business processes in each country, Rototype International said.
His role required him to understand the requirements, peculiarities and trends of his business users, collaborate with the global business community, and to work with the IT business partners to create a novel solution.
Rototype International has rapidly expanded into new territories in North America, recently setting up an office New York as well.
“Irwin’s coming on board is very timely as we need renewed leadership to ensure that our market expansion and penetration strategy moving forward is successfully executed,” said Tan.
“He is also the right candidate to assume this position as the time that he has spent in the international arena will continue to build the momentum that is necessary for the growth of our core business.”
“I look forward to build upon the success and legacy that Harres started almost 24 years ago, and welcome the opportunity to work with our dedicated team to bring Rototype International to greater heights,” said Oh.
Rototype International is a global banking automation solutions provider focusing in the areas of check printing and check deposit, and end-to-end check processing. Its product portfolio includes the flagship self-service machine CJD8000/BC for on-demand checkbooks and banker’s check dispensing, self-service machines for check deposit and bill payment, as well as back-office check processors, all driven by a suite of application software designed for seamless integration with customers’ secured networks.
The company is also an outsourcing service provider to financial services institutions in the area of check collection, back-office check processing and 24/7 online status monitoring of all self-service machines deployed.
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