PLAINVIEW, N.Y. — CSC ServiceWorks, which provides commercial laundry solutions and air vending services, has promoted Executive Vice President Greg Bochicchio to chief transformation officer, a newly created role at the company.
Bochicchio will report directly to CEO Mark Hjelle and serve as a member of the Executive Leadership Team. In his position, Bochicchio will lead the processes and distributed resources (internal and external) to continue to identify and advance the company’s value creation agenda.
“Our past efforts and success, combined with the volatile landscape that we are currently navigating, have made it clear that a transformation agenda will continue to exist for CSC going forward,” Hjelle says. “Beyond leading a significant portion of our business, Greg has successfully led transformational initiatives and has demonstrated how we … embrace transformation, with enthusiasm and the best of our collective experience and thought.”
Bochicchio brings extensive experience to his new role, having spent the past six years as CSC executive vice president. Before that, he served in various positions within the industry, notably as vice president and general manager.
“Over the past few years, we’ve made significant strides to innovate and transform our business,” says Bochicchio. “We have made this part of the normal course of how we do business and, most recently, to assure the continuity of our services in the face of the current health and economic crisis. I can’t say enough about what we’ve done to transform ourselves in support of our customers and communities and couldn’t be more excited to work with this great team to continue our evolution.”
Prior to entering the industry, Bochicchio had progressive sales and marketing roles in both agency and corporate settings, including tenure with Nestle USA as regional field manager and with Pinnacle Brands, acting as national sales manager and senior marketing director.
Bochicchio earned a Bachelor of Science in marketing and communications from Babson College and has completed advanced studies at Northwestern University (Kellogg School of Management), MIT (Sloan School of Management), and Harvard Business School.