3D Systems has appointed John N. McMullen, formerly of Kodak and HP, as its new Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer.
Effective July 1, 2016, John McMullen will succeed David Styka in the CFO role and report to 3D Systems’ recently appointed President and CEO Vyomesh Joshi, a fellow former-HP hire.
The seasoned finance leader brings over three decades of experience, most recently serving as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Kodak. Prior to that, McMullen led a successful 32-year career at HP and its acquired companies, Compaq Computer and Digital Equipment Corporation. His positions included Senior Vice President of Finance and Corporate Treasurer of HP, Chief Financial Officer of HP’s Imaging and Printing Group, and Vice President of Finance and Strategy for Compaq’s Worldwide Sales and Services Group.
“We are excited to have a leader of John’s caliber join our team,” Vyomesh Joshi, commented. “John’s demonstrated ability to deliver an appropriate cost structure, scalable processes and an effective business model at global technology companies can help us drive transformation and profitable growth. I am deeply grateful for Dave’s many contributions to the company and am pleased that he will continue to lend his expertise as part of our evolving team.”
“It is a tremendous opportunity to be part of 3D Systems at such a pivotal time for the company and the 3D printing industry,” McMullen added. “Based on our successful and productive history, it is a privilege to work alongside VJ once again.”
The 3D printing pioneer has experienced several high profile shifts over the last year, including the departure of Avi Reichental as CEO and most recently the resignation of two senior executives, Chief Operating Officer Mark Wright and Chief Merchandising Officer Cathy Lewis.