Dext Capital hired Melissa Woltz as sales relationship manager. Woltz has extensive experience in originating vendor and dealer direct business in the healthcare, fitness and material handling industries.
She has also successfully managed and expanded national programs by utilizing her superb relationship building skills. In her role at Dext Capital, Woltz will concentrate her efforts on building relationships with healthcare equipment manufacturers, dealers, and distributors by crafting creative and flexible vendor-focused program solutions.
Prior to joining Dext Capital, Woltz had been with TCF Equipment Finance for six years. She initially managed one of their largest healthcare vendor programs and successfully worked her way into a direct sales role for their material handling segment. She effectively took a territory from $0 in originations and grew it to a potential annualized volume of $18 million to $20 million.
“We couldn’t be more excited about adding Melissa to our sales team. She has proven to have strong commercial equipment financing acumen, superb relationship building skills, and a passion for customer excellence.” said Kyin Lok, president and chief executive officer for Dext Capital.
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