Frank Mallozzi is Chief Revenue Officer at EFI, a world leader in customer-focused digital printing innovation. Frank is focused on driving company strategy to speed the advancement of markets through its vast portfolio of best-in-class products. Frank joined EFI as Vice President of Sales in 1998, when EFI’s sole product offering was the industry-leading Fiery, the world’s first color digital print server. With EFI’s growth through product development and acquisitions, Frank now leads global market development strategy and execution for the print industry’s most robust, comprehensive digital product portfolio. This includes the company’s Fiery digital color print servers; enterprise printing products and workflow software; VUTEk superwide digital inkjet printers; inkjet inks; wide-format, ceramic and building material inkjet printers; Reggiani industrial textile printers; the Nozomi single-pass inkjet solution for corrugated packaging; and print business automation software.


As a key member of EFI’s C-level executive team, Frank became an integral part of one of the print industry’s most successful M&A programs. He also established and directs essential strategy initiatives to replicate the successful analog to digital transformation of print seen in commercial print and signage markets across high-growth corrugated packaging, textile and building material industry segments. Frank is also responsible for ensuring the company’s successful, global OEM, dealer, and distributor relationships, as well as driving growth in worldwide direct to customer activity.


Frank, who holds a bachelor’s degree in Marketing from the New York Institute of Technology, has more than 35 years of experience in imaging and printing technology strategy working with leading solutions providers in the U.S., Europe, and Japan. Prior to joining EFI, he was Director of Marketing at Ricoh Corporation. His previous experience includes Sales and Marketing roles at Canon USA and the Bell and Howell Company.


In recognition of his career efforts in industry thought leadership and digital print advocacy, he was inducted into the NAPL Walter Soderstrom Society in 2013 and selected for ENX Magazine’s “Difference Makers” list of influential imaging industry leaders in 2016. Frank has been active on print industry association and educational boards and is currently a member of the advisory board for Cal Poly’s Department of Graphic Communication.