FlexPrint LLC Further Expands Leadership Team – Appoints New CIO

Press Release updated: Oct 31, 2017 11:25 MST

FlexPrint LLC has appointed Chase Cabanillas as their Chief Information Officer. In this role, Cabanillas will oversee the corporate technology strategy, as well as FlexPrint LLC’s portfolio of products and services to support its large national client base.

Cabanillas joins the FlexPrint LLC team with over 15 years of diverse IT leadership. Most recently, he led the Digital Innovations team at the Kroger company, where he focused on creating new platforms and partnerships that enhanced Kroger’s online/digital customer experiences. He’s also held various leadership positions at Harris Teeter and Bashas’ Supermarkets, overseeing digital technology and operations, technology architecture and enterprise IT infrastructure.

“Leveraging information technology will provide our customers and employees with the best products, services and data to enable and support FlexPrint LLC’s continuous growth,” states Mike Weetman, FlexPrint’s chief financial officer. “Chase brings a unique combination of technical knowledge and business acumen that will ensure we are using data and technology to enhance our performance, while making sure our offerings are optimally matched to market demands. We are extremely excited to have Chase on our executive team leading this critical part of our business.”

Cabanillas is a graduate of the W.P. Carey School of Business and will work out of FlexPrint LLC’s Mesa, Ariz., headquarters.

Source: FlexPrint LLC

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