CBORD announces new VP

Larry Delaney joins CBORD as Vice President, CBORD Cashless Systems


Ithaca, New York — CBORD®, the leading provider of food and nutrition management, cashless card, and access control solutions, is pleased to announce that Larry Delaney has joined the company as Vice President, CBORD Cashless Systems, effective June 17, 2013.
As a member of CBORD’s executive management team, Delaney will be responsible for the product management, engineering and product marketing teams driving CBORD’s cashless transaction systems business. Additionally, he will be the executive in charge of CBORD’s Student Advantage and Off Campus Commerce groups. Delaney will report to Max Steinhardt, President of CBORD.
“This is a significant step for CBORD,” said Max Steinhardt, President. “Larry brings a wealth of experience and expertise in software/systems, product management, and business operations. He has a proven track record of building and managing successful operations at the VP/GM and president levels. Larry has experience in the key sectors for CBORD cashless – higher education and healthcare – and he brings perspective that comes from a broad business background.”
Most recently, Delaney served as President of NCCIT, where he drove strong top and bottom line growth in datacenter/SaaS technology services solutions. Previously, Delaney was VP/GM of Pitney Bowes Marketing Services Business Unit. He came to Pitney Bowes through the successful merger of MapInfo, where he served as VP of Industry and Business Development. Earlier, Delaney worked in management roles at Xerox, in Production Publishing Solutions and DocuTech marketing.
Delaney commented, “I’m thrilled about this opportunity at CBORD. As a market leader, CBORD is an exciting company to join, but it’s the combination of the people and the technology that really sets us apart. I look forward to working with the world class team at CBORD, and our world class customers.” No stranger to Ithaca, Delaney is a Cornell graduate, and holds an MBA from the Simon Graduate School of Business Administration at the University of Rochester.