Chief Executive Officer
As CEO, Oliver Weber is responsible for driving the strategic direction of Wincor Nixdorf U.S. Prior to his current position, Mr. Weber was the CFO/COO and was responsible for all finance and operations organizations, as well as logistics, procurement and IT. Mr. Weber began his career with Wincor Nixdorf as director of corporate controlling, risk management and internal audit at the company's German headquarters.
Prior to joining Wincor Nixdorf, Mr. Weber was a manager at Accenture's Zurich office. As a member of their Finance and Performance Management service line, he led international projects in corporate finance, post merger integration, restructuring and ERP implementation. Prior to Accenture, he held various positions in corporate finance and controlling at ABB in both Switzerland and the U.K.
Mr. Weber holds a master's degree in finance from INSEEC, Paris. He received a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Kassel, Germany and holds a degree in marketing & business administration from the University Claude Bernard in Lyon.
Chief Operating Officer
Ilhami Cantadurucu was appointed COO in August 2011 and is responsible for the development of strategies, policies and procedures that enable Wincor Nixdorf to deliver optimized operations that ultimately allow us to deliver excellent service to our customer.
Prior to his current position, Mr. Cantadurucu was the CFO/COO of Wincor Nixdorf Turkey. He was responsible for all aspects of finance and operations organizations. He was also instrumental in establishing the country-wide service organization.
Mr. Cantadurucu joined Wincor Nixdorf in February 2003 as a business controller in the services division in Paderborn, Germany where he served in the logistics, enterprise management and outsourcing services areas, as well as international controlling functions.
Mr. Cantadurucu holds master’s degrees in both industrial engineering & management and international economics from University of Paderborn, Germany and Herriot Watt University of Edinburgh, Scotland.
Chief Financial Officer
Gina Miller leads Wincor Nixdorf's U.S. finance and accounting organizations and oversees all financial operations.
Ms. Miller joined Wincor Nixdorf in 2007 as a business controller and subsequently held a number of financial management positions within the company, most recently director of finance and performance management.
Prior to joining Wincor Nixdorf, Ms. Miller served as a senior financial analyst with BAE Systems.
Ms. Miller holds a bachelor's of science degree in business administration from San Diego State University.
Executive Vice President of Banking Division
Mr. Walsh oversees all aspects of the company's banking solutions business in the U.S., working to strengthen existing customers and strategic partner relationships. Additionally, he is involved in helping grow Wincor Nixdorf's successful U.S. service business, including its innovative eServices platform, a network solution that links Wincor's service management with customers.
Prior to his current position, Mr. Walsh served as managing director for Wincor Nixdorf Ireland. He was key to the successful turnaround of the organization (nearly 50 percent market share in 2004), quickly converting Wincor Nixdorf Ireland to a fully-developed service organization focused on direct customer relationships. Under Mr. Walsh's leadership, Wincor Nixdorf Ireland secured a significant outsourcing agreement with Bank of Ireland (over 600 ATM terminals), making this Wincor's first major outsourcing customer.
A native of Ireland, Mr. Walsh received his bachelor's degree in software engineering from the Carlow Institute of Technology in Ireland.
Vice President of Retail Division
Patrick Leonard was appointed Vice President for the US Retail Division in 2010 and is responsible for the ongoing growth of Wincor Nixdorf’s Retail business in North America.
Mr. Leonard joined Wincor Nixdorf in 2010. With more than 23 years in the industry, Mr. Leonard has extensive finance, service and sales management experience in the retail sector.
Vice President of Services
David Nottingham was appointed Vice President for the U.S. Services Division in 2010 and is responsible for the delivery of Product Related and Managed Services for our Retail and Banking division.
Before coming to the U.S., Mr. Nottingham was the service manager for operations in Ireland. There he was instrumental in transforming the division by reducing costs, improving customer relations and advancing technology. He joined Wincor in 2005 in the Wokingham, UK office.
Mr. Nottingham has a wealth of experience realigning and improving services operations. He began his career with ICL, UK's computer hardware, software and services giant. He then moved to SAIC, a U.S. outsourcing firm in Aberdeen, Scotland.
Mr. Nottingham attended the University of Portsmouth, working towards a degree in physics.