Written by: Scott Shive (Photo: Todd Hamblin, left, president of Lexmark Canada; Carolyn Basha, senior campaign manager at the museum; Stuart Murray, then-CEO of the museum; and George Banjavich. Photo courtesy of George Banjavich) Lexmark Canada recently donated $25,000 to the world’s first museum dedicated solely to human rights. The Canadian Museum for Human Rights opened in September in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Lexmark is the new platinum sponsor of Lexington’s Minority Business Development (MBD) program. Created by Commerce Lexington, the MBD program strives to promote and sustain economic growth, development and self-sufficiency of minority business owners and entrepreneurs; recruit minority-owned businesses; and provide business referral services to the appropriate minority business assistance agencies.
Perceptive Software, a Lexmark company, used its booth at the recent Oracle OpenWorld for a unique opportunity: helping impoverished children in the Philippines. At the booth, Perceptive highlighted how its new customer, World Vision International, is doing amazing things with accounts payable and procure-to-pay automation. In addition to learning about Perceptive solutions, booth visitors were able to take part in a fun […] Read More
Perceptive Software (PSW), a Lexmark company, had another successful year, raising funds for the Kansas City Chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). PSW’s annual event, Dodge for a Cause, a charity dodgeball tournament, raised over $12,000 for the organization. Since the tournaments inception in 2006, Dodge for a Cause has generated over $120,000 for JDRF.