Dan Bogan Named Senior Vice President of Retail/Hospitality and Self-Service Solutions at NCR

  • NCR Corporation
  • 12.28.06
NCR Corporation announced that Dan Bogan has been named senior vice president of the company’s retail/hospitality and self-service solutions business.

Bogan, a nearly 30-year veteran of the company, will oversee the growth of NCR’s business in the retail, hospitality, travel, health care, public sector and gaming industries.

Bogan most recently served as the interim leader of the company’s retail store automation business, managing all aspects including strategy, sales, marketing, manufacturing, professional services and customer services.

“Our retail and hospitality business will benefit from Dan’s deep market expertise and general management experience,” said NCR Chief Executive Officer Bill Nuti.  “By segmenting the current retail automation division into two business units, we should achieve better management focus and growth for NCR’s store automation and self-service solutions in the traditional retail space, as well as in new industries.”

Since joining NCR in 1977, Bogan has risen through the company in progressively more senior positions, including vice president of the Americas region where he drove sales of NCR’s store automation products and services in the United States, Canada and Latin America.

Bogan has also served as vice president of worldwide marketing, assistant vice president of cooperative marketing, area vice president for NCR’s western division and vice president of food industry marketing.

NCR’s retail business provides innovative technologies such as self-checkout systems and self-service kiosks, as well as point-of-sale terminals, bar-code scanners and software, to companies worldwide.

Bogan holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Moorhead State University in Minnesota.




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