Arnon Dror, former VP of Finance at US Channel Group’s Xerox Technology Business, was a hands-on and results-driven international executive with more than two decades of experience in effective operations management. As a former Chief Financial Officer and Senior Operations Executive, Arnon Dror lead the global business with an excellent track record in restructuring, integrating, and managing the business to surpass all revenue and performance targets.
Arnon Dror graduated from The Hebrew University with a BA in Economics and Business Administration in 1991. Right after finishing his Bachelors, Arnon Dror pursued his MA in Micro Economics and obtained his MBA in Finance at The Hebrew University in the same year.
Prior to his role at Xerox, Arnon Dror held multiple high-authority positions that highlighted his expertise in Finance, Management, and Economics. Arnon Dror is a trusted advisor to company leadership, with his strong background in:
- Finance & Strategy Planning
- Systems & Technology
- Change Management – Turn Arounds
- Financial and Business Modeling
- International FP&A and Tax
- Internal Controls
- Supply Chain Optimization
- Cash Flow Management
- Complex Deal Structuring
- ERP Integration
- Turn Arounds & Mergers
His expertise in optimizing supply chain, business processes, and global business systems has made him an effective executive. As a decisive manager, Arnon Dror has successfully led multi-functional teams throughout his career to higher levels of productivity, efficiency, and operational excellence.
Aside from these achievements, Arnon Dror is a successful champion of impactful operational improvements across public, private, domestic, and global organizations of all sizes as well. Notably, he has delivered outstanding improvements in customer satisfaction, cost savings, margins, and freeing cash flow.
He cares about Economic Empowerment and Science and Technology.
Outside of the office, Arnon Dror is an avid sports fan, particularly basketball and football. His favorite team in the NBA is the Boston Celtics while the New England Patriots have his support in the NFL.