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Chevin Fleet Appoints Bradley Furie West Coast Account Manager

April 03, 2014 - Press Release

Bradley Furie has been appointed as national account manager, responsible for sales development across the Western United States, at Chevin Fleet Solutions.

He joins the fleet and maintenance management software specialist with 14 years of software sales and business development success in generating and converting new enterprise customers.

Brad started his software sales career in 2000 for Cognos Corporation as a senior account executive in enterprise business intelligence before successfully selling Microsoft Dynamics ERP solutions for Tectura Corporation and Columbus Global.

His in-depth project management experience and sales approach as a trusted advisor has helped clients achieve long term savings and success with their technology investments.

He said: “My goal is to build strategic relationships across the Western United States and deliver enterprise fleet management software solutions that exceed our client’s expectations. We want to create long term partnerships that offer mutual success and profitability for both sides for years to come.”

Senior Vice President, North American Sales, Ron Katz said: “We are very pleased to have Brad on board at Chevin. This is the first time that we have a permanent West Coast sales presence and we are very excited about the opportunities available to us.”

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