Intelicoat Reorganizes Digital Imaging Sales Force
Press release from the issuing company
SOUTH HADLEY, Mass., December 1, 2003 - InteliCoat Technologies, a world leader in the manufacture of coated paper, film and specialty substrates for imaging and electronic technologies, today announced the reorganization of its sales force to be more responsive to dealer needs and position itself for continued growth. Under the new sales structure, sales territories have been realigned into smaller geographical areas, allowing each InteliCoat regional manager to intensify the focus on each region's dealers and their customers.
Led by a new director of sales, Gary Titus, the InteliCoat sales force comprises seven regional managers covering the U.S. and Canada, a dedicated regional manager for Latin America, and a national accounts manager. Supporting the outside sales team will be two inside sales managers and a dedicated customer service team. The sales force will sell InteliCoat's Magic and Azon branded media products to the company's network of dealers throughout North and South America.
The InteliCoat sales team includes:
Kenneth Wagner National Accounts Manager
Peter Gregory Pacific Northwest Regional Manager
Sandra Manzi Western Regional Manager
Steve Mercer Mid South Regional Manager
Gary Teliszczak Midwest Regional Manager
Tom Doyle Northeast Regional Manager
Jim Goodman Mid-Atlantic Regional Manager
Dale Ward Southeast Regional Manager
Jim Wenzel Inside Sales Manager
Skip McLain Inside Sales National Accounts Manager
"Our newly restructured and refocused sales force will enable us to more comprehensively and effectively service our dealer network," said Steve Polston, executive vice president of InteliCoat Technologies. "I am confident that this team of dedicated sales professionals will deliver the digital imaging products, knowledge and service that our dealers need to be successful in this highly competitive market."
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