Madison Advisors’ today announced that Dan Chevalier has joined the company in the position of vice president of business development and principal analyst. Chevalier brings more than 30 years of sales and sales management to Madison Advisors, focused on the print equipment, inserter hardware and software side of the print and mail industry throughout his career. Chevalier’s extensive experience makes him a solid resource for choosing the tools and technology needed to help increase efficiency and create an actionable plan for a positive customer experience. Additionally, Chevalier’s experience in the warm disaster recovery/business continuity environment will bring value to Madison Advisors’ clients.
Prior to joining Madison Advisors, Chevalier was vice president of business development at PCI Group, a leading print service provider in the transactional print and mail space. Chevalier also held the position of executive director of sales for Bell and Howell Company where he was responsible for managing a direct sales force and sales support team in the sorting and software groups for the Eastern half of the U.S. and Canada. As a service-focused organization with a national footprint, Bell and Howell is known for delivering comprehensive solutions for its expertise in workflow efficiency.
Prior to that, Chevalier founded Electronic Output Strategies (EOS), a company focused on buying, selling and maintaining pre-owned Xerox laser printing systems. Under his leadership, the company grew to become the nation’s largest alternative resource for Xerox printers with five service centers in the Northeast corridor.
“We welcome Dan to the Madison Advisors team and look forward to the many ways his deep understanding of how to navigate a high-volume production environment will help our clients uncover new opportunities to maximize profits,” said Kemal Carr, president and CEO of Madison Advisors.