“These newly created positions reinforce the success we are experiencing with our vendor integration services and with FlexAbility, our advanced deal-structuring and invoicing system,” said Michael D’Errico, commercial leader for Office Imaging. “All these offerings provide important commercial and operational benefits for office imaging manufacturers and dealers, better enabling them to improve customer experience, boost efficiency and lower operational expenses.”
Karen Madden was named a vice president supporting the Konica Minolta account for CIT. Previously, she was a relationship manager with U.S. Bancorp’s Office Equipment Vendor Services where she guided Konica Minolta initiatives across their direct and dealer channels.
Scott Plemmons joins CIT from Xerox Global Imaging Solutions (GIS), and will support independent dealers in western states. At GIS, Plemmons most recently served as market director and sales manager for southern Oregon, after previously working as a branch manager and general manager.
In addition, Callie Calimlim will coordinate business with Toshiba branches in the West. Calimlim has held sales and business development positions with a wide range of office imaging, technology, broadcasting and e-commerce companies. Calimlim joins Mary Perrone, who supports Toshiba branches in the East and Midwest, to comprise the CIT team supporting Toshiba overall.
The Equipment Finance division is part of CIT’s Business Capital organization and works with manufacturers, franchisors, distributors, resellers, dealers and systems integrators to finance their equipment, software and services to commercial customers.
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