In 1983 Phil Lampugnano joined American Office Equipment (AOE), a large Sharp Dealer in Chicago as their Controller. They were subsequently purchased by Danka in late 1992. AOE was one of the largest independent Dealers in Chicago growing to over $50M in sales. When Phil left AOE he was the Chief Financial Officer.
In 1993 Lampugnano joined Frank Gaspari and Tim Yario as the Controller of Column Office Equipment. The business was recognized as one of the fastest growing companies by Inc 500. In late 1999 the business was acquired by Global Imaging Systems and Phil became the CFO for the Chicago Area Group (CAG) of Global Imaging Systems (GIS).
During the following 5 years, CAG acquired three businesses and consolidated all of them into one large business called Chicago Office Technology Group (COTG). COTG grew to be a $60M business, one of the largest copier companies inside Global that was recognized numerous times as being one of the top performing businesses of Global Imaging Systems.
In 2005 Phil was promoted to the President of COTG and led the company to being the Top Performing Company of Global Imaging Systems for three straight years with the highest revenue growth and the most profitable business unit inside of GIS.
In 2009 Phil was promoted to the Executive Vice President of Field Operations for Global Imaging Systems. While in this position, he was part of the Executive Management staff of Global Imaging Systems who had been acquired by Xerox. In addition, Lampugnano had the responsibility of working with five company Presidents and Controllers inside the GIS network to manage the business to achieve the financial goals and objectives of each business.
Phil Lampugnano attended United States Air Force Academy 1975 to 1977 and graduated from Illinois Institute of Technology with a BA in Accounting in May of 1980. Phil passed CPA in 1981.