Wednesday, November 23, 2016
Paschal’s position will strengthen relationships with equipment manufacturers and dealer networks
San Francisco, 11/15/2016 - Sepialine announced today that Bob Paschal has joined the company as Channel Development Manager. Paschal comes to Sepialine from Konica Minolta, where he worked as the Program Manager of their wide format division. Previous to Konica Minolta, Paschal worked with several equipment providers, including ARC, NGI and Alabama Graphics.
As Channel Development Manager, Paschal will be responsible for developing sales channel programs to promote Sepialine’s wide-format-focused products, Argos and Printerpoint. Paschal will create and nurture programs for the sales teams of companies like HP, Canon, Konica Minolta and KIP.
“Bob’s experience working within both manufacturers and resellers of wide format equipment with be a great asset to Sepialine” says CEO Jeremy Evans. “He understands both sides of the aisle. We are looking forward to him opening new doors within our channels to increase awareness of the great products we offer.
In addition to developing programs within the OEM channel space, Paschal will be working closely with dealer networks like ReproMAX and RSA to understand the needs of their members, and create programs that align with network sales initiatives.
“I am very excited to be on the Sepialine team,” says Paschal. “Sepialine is a unique company with a fantastic value proposition. We have great brand awareness in the AEC space but I believe there is plenty of room for growth in the vertical as well as expansion outside in areas such as wide format graphics. I think what we bring to the table is unparalleled. Can’t wait to see what the future holds.”
Sepialine is a San Francisco-based technology company, specializing in print-related software. Formed in 1998, Sepialine creates applications to solve the needs of imaging technology providers and their customers. Sepialine’s partners include HP, Canon, KIP, Konica Minolta, Ricoh, Xerox and more.
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