Xante Appoints Frank H. Glunt New Midwest Regional Field Sales Manager
Press release from the issuing company
July 12, 2007 -- Mobile, AL - Xante Corporation today announces the appointment of Frank Glunt to the position of Midwest regional field sales manager, overseeing sales of Xanté CTP and RIP solutions.
Xante is a leading customer service-centered graphics arts solutions provider and one-stop-source for all digital print, CTP,
processor, RIP and plate technologies for the quick, small to midsize, and inplant markets.
Glunt, a 23-year industry veteran, is responsible for managing Xanté field sales activities, including dealer relationships, in the Midwest region. This encompasses Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio. He reports directly to Art McDade, Xanté director of field sales operations, North America.
“Frank Glunt is a welcomed addition to our field sales management team. His extensive experience and knowledge of the graphic arts industry, and particular expertise in prepress and pressroom environments, makes him a perfect addition to the Xanté customer service-centric team,” says McDade.
“I'm pleased to be a part of the new Xanté. I was attracted by the company's reputation and track record for bringing true, state-of-the-art and high quality workflow and imaging technologies to the industry. It's also refreshing to know that Xanté is a company that doesn't just pay lip service to customer service and satisfaction. It is a privilege to be a part of the Xanté family.”
Before Xanté, Glunt was midwest regional sales manager for IBF Corporation. Prior to IBF, he was with Spectratech International/Creo Inc. as midwest regional business manager and media sales specialist. Glunt also held a regional sales manager position at Fuji Film USA/Enovation Graphics, and was an account manager at SCREEN USA. Early in his career he was sales manager for Besco Graphic Systems, and before that was a technical sales representative and senior account manager at Dupont/Howson Algraphy.
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