CIT Names Regional Sales Managers for Office Imaging Dealer Channel

CIT Equipment Finance made two appointments, naming Mark McCabe and Preston Porter regional sales managers to further grow CIT’s office imaging dealer relationships in the Southeast and Midwest. Both will report to David Gerrard, vice president of office imaging dealer sales.

McCabe will be responsible for business activities in the Midwest territory. He joined CIT from Red Custom Soils, where he was director of sales. He has more than two decades of experience in business development and sales in the equipment leasing industry, including previous experience with CIT in sales and sales management roles in the office imaging market.

Porter will be responsible for business activities in the Southeast. Preston joined CIT from Wells Fargo where he was senior regional sales manager of Equipment Finance. He began his career with AT&T Capital and has more than 20 years of experience in equipment financing working with office imaging dealers, including 13 years with CIT.

“We’re excited by these new hires as both managers have demonstrated the proven ability to lead and motivate people to drive growth and profitability and have long-standing experience in the office imaging sector,” said Mike Jones, managing director of CIT Equipment Finance. “These strategic appointments further demonstrate our commitment to assisting manufacturer branches and independent dealers to grow their businesses by providing easily accessible financial sales resources.”

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