IPS Appoints New Director of Information Technology, Charles Goldstein
IPS recently appointed Charles Goldstein to the role of Director of Information Technology. In his new role, Charles is responsible for Software Application Development, Technology Infrastructure at the Secaucus, NJ location.
Prior to Citi, Charles was employed at Minolta Corp. in Ramsey, New Jersey as Project Manager for Imaging Hardware and Subsystems. In his role at Minolta, he was responsible for designing and implementing all subsystem architecture of document imaging systems. Prior to joining Minolta, Charles was a Systems Engineer at IMNET Corp. in Pine Brook, New Jersey. In that role he was responsible for integrating state of the art imaging networks including scanners, laser printers, optical disk drives/jukeboxes and high resolution displays. Mr. Goldstein was also at Vertex Industries and Xerox Corp. in various engineering roles.
Charles received his Masters in Information Technology from AIIM International in Silver Springs, MD and holds a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, NY.
Greg Bartels, President and CEO of IPS quotes “Charles brings over 20 years experience helping companies digitize their business processes through automation. As the Director of Information Technology at IPS, Charles will help drive innovation for both IPS and the ECM market as a whole.”
To learn more about IPS’s services, you can contact him at:
150 Meadowlands Parkway
Secaucus, NJ 07094
Headquartered in Secaucus, New Jersey, IPS provides document scanning, indexing, conversion, and archiving services for organizations large and small, in a wide variety of industries. Our document scanning services transform information recorded on paper, micrographics and other media into an almost endless variety of digital formats on a wide range of media --- including Database Matching, ImageTrack™, ImageServ™, IPS Digital Mailroom™, IPS Digital Workflow™, IPS Upload™, Automated Document Identification and Separation on our own web-based image repository. For more information, visit www.imageserv.com or call 201-553-0200.
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IPS provides document scanning, indexing, conversion, and archiving services for organizations large and small, in a wide variety of industries. We work with applications ranging from human resources and accounts payable to contracts and government records. Our document scanning services transform information recorded on paper, micrographics and other media into an almost endless variety of digital formats on a wide range of media --- including ImageServTM our own Web-based image repository.