Modagrafics announced it has chosen Michael Loizzo to serve as the company’s vice president of sales. He will report directly to company president and CEO Paul Pirkle.
“We searched inside and outside of the fleet market to fill this position. I wanted to make sure they would fit into our culture, be heavily engaged in the sales process, and be able to add value to our sales and operational efforts on a daily basis,” explained Pirkle. “Michael understands how our traditional products relate to the Spedian Vehicle Graphics System and BlackBerry Radar, in addition to how integral the Rapidus app is to our overall approach. He gets it, and I’m confident he will be a huge asset for Modagrafics.”
As a customer centric executive focused on building relationships, Loizzo’s history of sales success will be a key driver to generating revenue for Modagrafics products, the company noted. In his last position, he was president of a Chicago area national pallet and crating provider where he managed the day-to-day operations. In less than two years, he recruited, hired and trained a new sales team, improved sales revenue and earned new business in seven states, the company said.
As part of his responsibilities, Loizzo also will collaborate with Brian Leyden, Modagrafics’ recently hired director of retail sales, to introduce retail graphics to fleet customers and fleet solutions to retail customers.
“Modagrafics is an industry leader in the making. They have a decisive and meaningful mission, and a vision statement and culture that support those mantras,” said Loizzo of his decision to accept the job. “At my last company, the team took pride in our accessibility and responsiveness; every inquiry was a priority, and every situation was followed up with a solution. Here at Modagrafics, we have a team of people who bleed what the organization represents, from top to bottom. With strong individuals at every position and cutting edge technology available, the array of services and products provides a competitive advantage in the marketplace.”