Gina Lyerla Selected as 2014 Honoree in the Daily Herald Business Ledger's CFO of the Year Awards Program

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Gina Lyerla, CFO of COTG, A Xerox Company, has been selected as a 2014 honoree in the Daily Herald Business Ledger's CFO of the Year Awards Program.

COTG, A Xerox Company, is proud to announce that Gina Lyerla, who was nominated for CFO of the Year in the Daily Herald Business Ledger’s Awards Program earlier this year, has been named an honoree for the 2014 program.

The program, now in its third year, celebrates financial executives who contribute to the success of the Chicago area economic growth and stability. Nominees are considered for the award based on criteria that demonstrates contributions to their company’s overall growth, commitment to good ethics, effective financial reporting and involvement in the community. Awards are presented based on categories, which include Company Size (ranked by number of employees), Non-Profit, Government and Educational Institution.

Lyerla, who has been with COTG for 17 years, was promoted to Chief Financial Officer for COTG since early 2013. Since her start with the company in 1995, Lyerla has received several awards and recognitions, including being inducted as a Global Leader in 2007 for Global Imaging Systems (GIS) and earning the Administrative Manager of the Year award in 2009 for GIS.

Lyerla will be honored and recognized at an awards ceremony on Tuesday, July 22, and featured in a supplement published in the August 18 issue of the Daily Herald Business Ledger.

About COTG
COTG, A Xerox Company, (NYSE: XRX), is Chicago's largest and most respected consultancy firm specializing in workflow assessment and optimization. COTG’s business is uniquely positioned to help companies understand true cost breakdown, asset deployment, usage patterns and volumes along with the development of sustainable working practices and continuous improvement initiatives. COTG has successfully led Fortune 500 companies as well as small organizations - in every industry from healthcare to education and manufacturing - to achieve better financial results, improve operational efficiency and reduce environmental impact.


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