CSI Leasing promoted Patrick Gloriod to executive vice president and national sales manager and Steve Genazzi to assistant vice president, enterprise applications.
Gloriod will continue to manage the U.S. and Canadian sales and marketing team, a role he has held since June 2017. During his first full fiscal year leading the team, he spearheaded overall U.S. and Canadian sales growth with lease origination topping $430 million, an increase of more than 40 percent over the previous year.
“I am grateful to be a part of such a dynamic and forward-thinking sales organization,” said Gloriod. “Our team is so full of knowledge. They are experts at finding solutions that make real differences in our customers’ lives. Every day, I feel humbled to be a part of that process.”
“When Patrick started in this role, I believed CSI would continue to see growth as a direct result of his innovative strategies,” said Arnaldo Rodriguez, CSI president. “Patrick has infused the entire U.S. and Canadian sales and marketing organization with renewed energy, creativity and enthusiasm. I am very happy to say that the results speak for themselves because we have just finished a record year.”
Prior to becoming national sales manager, Gloriod was senior vice president and district manager of sales, covering Georgia and the Carolinas. He has been one of CSI’s top performing sales executives several times throughout his year tenure. Gloriod began his career at CSI’s headquarters nearly 20 years ago as a staff accountant, quickly transitioning to sales one year later.
Previously enterprise applications manager, Genazzi will continue his role as global administrator for CSI’s internal enterprise software, including LeaseWave, Dynamics GP and DocuSign. Prior to CSI, he worked for DISC Corporation and Meridian Loyalty.
Established in 1972, CSI Leasing is one of the largest independent equipment leasing and equipment lifecycle services companies in the world. CSI has operations throughout North, Central and South America, Europe and Asia.
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