Dext Capital hired Anthony Olivo as inside sales account manager to originate vendor business opportunities and manage national vendor programs in the healthcare market.
Olivo has experience in originating direct business in the healthcare industry, with a strong focus on the medical market. He also has managed and expanded national programs by utilizing his relationship building skills. In his role at Dext Capital, Olivo will concentrate his efforts on building relationships with healthcare equipment manufacturers, dealers and distributors by crafting vendor-focused program solutions.
Prior to joining Dext Capital, Olivo worked for Marlin Capital Solutions, Partners Capital Group and Canon Financial Services. He also spent more than eight years in account management and operations for an accounts receivable management firm in New Jersey. His business strategies and customer engagement activities have generated more than $24 million in lease and loan originations annually.
“We couldn’t be more excited about adding Anthony to our sales team. He has proven to have the strong commercial equipment financing acumen, superb selling and relationship building skills, and a passion for customer excellence that we want delivering the Dext Capital value proposition to our prospective vendor partners,” Jeff Rathjen, senior vice president and vendor/business development manager for Dext Capital, said.
Dext Capital is a privately-owned independent equipment finance company with financial sponsorship from Sightway Capital. As a direct non-bank lender, Dext focuses on financial solutions for medical providers and manufacturers.
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