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In his current role, Warren and his team will serve clients in the following industries: retail and consumer products, commercial transportation and logistics, travel and leisure, food and beverage, manufacturing, automotive, aerospace and defense, energy and chemicals.
Prior to this appointment, Warren was president of Global Growth Opportunities for Xerox and was responsible for leveraging the company’s collective assets – in both services and technology – to drive accelerated revenue growth in global geographies. In addition, he had strategic oversight of two of the company’s most vital operating units, Global Imaging Systems (GIS) and Xerox Canada as well as leading 3D Printing Strategy.
Warren joined Xerox in 1984 as a sales trainee in Washington, D.C. He assumed increasingly responsible positions, including vice president of federal sales and senior vice president of the eastern sales operations. Eventually, he led the comprehensive integration activity surrounding Xerox’s $1.5 billion purchase of Global Imaging Systems. In 2007, he was named chairman, president and chief executive officer of Xerox Canada.
In 2010, Warren was made president of United States Client Operations, where he was responsible nationwide for revenue, profit and operations for all Xerox business in large enterprises. In that capacity, he led an aggressive transformation initiative in which he melded two operations – technology sales & delivery and services sales & delivery – into one high-performing organization.
Warren received his Bachelor of Science degree in finance from Georgetown University and he is an alumnus of the Harvard Business School, having completed the Advanced Management Program.
He serves as a director of Illinois Tool Works (ITW), Georgetown University, Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA) and the Rochester Business Alliance. In addition, he is a current member of the Executive Leadership Council (ELC).
Warren has been named one of the top 100 most influential black executives in corporate America by “Savoy Magazine” and one of the 75 most powerful executives in America by “Black Enterprise.” In 2013, he was honored with humanitarian awards from both the Young Presidents Organization and CADCA for his work in mentoring at-risk youth.
In the News
2.0 Sales, “Maintain Your Sanity in Times of Change”, 2014 April 7
Kevin Warren discusses reframing changes as opportunities to help drive success in a byline article.
Alexander Group's 2011 Chief Sales Executive Forum
Kevin shares insight on how Xerox uses a mix of customer feedback, cutting edge sales tools and a multi-channel sales model to help their sales team keep an edge on the competition.