Masonite names new CIO
Industry veteran Cory Sorice has 10 U.S. patents under his belt.
Masonite International Corporation has appointed Cory Sorice as senior vice president and chief innovation officer. The move is effective Aug. 19.
Sorice joins Masonite with more than 25 years of marketing, business development and general management experience. Most recently, he was vice president and general manager of emerging business for Chamberlain Group, specializing in garage, gate and commercial door access.
Before joining Chamberlain, Sorice held leadership roles at Stanley Black & Decker Corporation, Newell Rubbermaid and the market research firm Information Resources, Inc.
According to Masonite, Sorice is a named inventor on 10 U.S. patents in home automation and access controls.
“Cory has a demonstrated ability to understand markets and mobilize organizations to develop new products and systems that add value to customers,” stated Howard Heckes, Masonite president and CEO. “This experience of transforming insights into solutions is key as we drive innovations that bring doors to the forefront of homeowners minds and build Masonite’s brand through product leadership.”
Based in Tampa, Fla., Masonite manufactures interior and exterior doors residential new construction; the residential repair, renovation and remodeling; and the non-residential building construction markets.
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