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David Factor, formerly of OKI, named Director at Strategy Development

Wednesday, September 08, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Bryn Mawr, PA - Strategy Development, a management-consulting firm for the technology and outsourcing space and the recognized leader in managed print service (MPS), is pleased to announce that David Factor has joined the firm as Director of Business Development.  In this role, David will lead the growth efforts at Strategy Development.

Factor has an extensive background in the imaging industry having spent 18 years at Oki Data Americas, most recently as National Sales Director.  In this role, Factor developed business plans and strategies to enter the MFP business in 2004 and provided executive sales leadership for development of OKI's managed print services strategy.  Factor held numerous positions of increasing responsibility at OKI including district sales manager and national sales manager of the fax division prior to his role as national sales director.

"David Factor is well respected in the BTA and VAR channels having a long history of helping the dealer/reseller channel grow," said Tom Callinan, managing principal of Strategy Development.  "David knows the channel, understands how to help dealers/resellers grow revenue and profitability, and will be a significant asset in helping Strategy Development reach the many companies that have reached out to us for our consulting and training expertise.  I am excited to have David join the firm as Director of Business Development."

"I am thrilled to be joining the strongest team of consultants in the imaging business," commented David Factor.  "Having been exposed to the Strategy Development team members in the past, I know there is no better group at growing top and bottom line business results and their position as the industry leading MPS consultancy, the most notable growth strategy in years, is exciting.  I also look forward to seeing many of my old dealer friends from the OKI days"




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