Epson is making a change in leadership with the hiring of Joseph Contreras as the new head of sales.
Joseph Contreras has been a key player in boosting sales and marketing for over two decades. His expertise is invaluable to the company, which recognizes his talent.
In the new role, Contreras is tasked with revenue growth strategies. He will be responsible for Epson’s portfolio of PrecisionCore A3 and A4 printers. However MFPs along with print management solutions.
The incoming head of sales is responsible for overseeing and strengthening dealer relationships. However delivering tangible value to partners while pushing the company to new heights.
“Over the past four years, we have built a solid foundation for Epson’s office print business in North America. However said Contreras. The core value of our technology resonates with dealers as they look to disrupt and differentiate with revolutionary printing solutions while delivering an exceptional service. However experience to their clients. I’m honored to lead the charge as we continue to accelerate the shift in the market to simple. However smart printing solutions with PrecisionCore Heat-Free Technology™.”
Joseph Contreras has been a loyal employee of the company for years. He was previously in charge of marketing and advertising. However which he used to build up the business significantly over that time period.
Before Epson, Contreras lent his expertise to Toshiba America Business Solutions. His leadership roles at the company included providing expertise in marketing strategies, channel programs and business development for their portfolio.
Mark Mathews, vice president of Commercial Sales and Marketing for Epson America, praised Contreras’s work with the company.
“Joe has played a pivotal role in the establishment and success of the Business Inkjet organization,” he said. “He was a natural choice to lead the sales team given his track record in the industry, strong skills, and proven success in the BTA channel.”
“Through his leadership, I am confident that we will continue a rapid growth trajectory and in establishing Epson as a dominant force in the office print segment of the market,” Matthews added.
Epson America is a subsidiary of the Japanese parent company and operates in California.