company-reorganization optAlign Technology Inc, San Jose, Calif, recently announced a number of organizational changes affecting its Clear Aligner and Scanner and CAD/CAM Services product lines. The changes will include a workforce reduction that will impact approximately 25 full-time employees across the company. The company employees more than 3,000 people worldwide.

The company has named Greg Morrow as vice president and general manager for the Clear Aligner product line, reporting to Tim Mack, senior vice president for marketing and business development. Mack will continue in his current position and take on the additional role of general manager for the Scanner and CAD/CAM Services product line.

Most recently, Morrow was with Johnson & Johnson’s Vision Care Division. Prior to that, he worked at Coca-Cola and Procter & Gamble.

In addition, the company announced that Dana Cambra, vice president of research and development, has left. Until a replacement can be found, Thomas M. Prescott, president and CEO, will oversee research and development and information technology.

The company expects revenue and EPS to be at the low end of its previously reported Q4’12 guidance as a result of severance costs, continued “softness in the dental market,” and the disruption to its customers’ practices from Superstorm Sandy.

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