Stuller, Inc. announced Tuesday the hiring of Carol Skarlat as the company’s new chief technology officer. Skarlat, the former CIO for Motorola’s Global Telecom Business Unit, began her tenure on Monday.
Skarlat’s responsibilities include leading Stuller’s strategic and operational IT planning, fostering innovation, prioritizing IT initiatives and coordinating the deployment and management of IT systems.
Stuller also announced Harold Dupuy was named chief merchandising officer, responsible for managing all merchandising programs for Stuller’s seven business units and the newly added customized jewelry division. Also, the company’s 30-member marketing division was realigned with the sales division under Bob Cox, who becomes chief sales and marketing officer.