Workflow Management Adds 22 Sales Reps, Brings 3500 New Accounts
Press release from the issuing company
PALM BEACH, Fla.-Dec. 10, 2001--Workflow Management announced the addition of 22 new sales professionals, representing approximately 3,500 new accounts.
The new sales force will join the Workflow's Solutions division and will strengthen its Midwest presence. "We are very exited that we have attracted this established sales force with existing relationships,'' stated Tom D'Agostino, Sr., Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer. "This new team, and the accounts they represent, expands our account base. As important, they will strengthen our presence in a key region, allowing us to penetrate significant new accounts and gain market share.''
Mr. Tom D'Agostino, Jr., Executive Vice President and President of the Workflow Solutions division commented, "The addition of these sales professionals provides a significant pipeline for new business and expands our relationships with top companies including Exxon/Mobil Corp., Allied Van Lines, Phillips Petroleum Co, ChevronTexaco Corp, and Shell. These new customers will have the opportunity to migrate to our iGetSmart system and take advantage of the associated cost savings. We believe the decision by this experienced group of industry sales professionals to join our Company is a testimonial to our competitive position and the platform offered by our Print Solutions division.''
Mr. D'Agostino, Sr., concluded, "We believe the current challenging industry environment will continue presenting us with opportunities. We expect to take advantage of additional opportunities such as these.''
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