Insight Financial Services Adds VP of Business Development/Vendor Finance
DEC 22, 2016 - 7:23 am
Michael Dundon joined Insight Financial Services as vice president of business development, vendor finance. Dundon will be responsible for developing national financing programs with technology manufacturers, systems integrators and managed service providers.
“We are delighted to welcome Michael to the vendor finance organization. His unique background is ideal for our business as we continue to leverage Insight’s industry leading lifecycle management solutions for the vendor community,” said Scott Sullivan, senior vice president of Insight Financial Services. “The vendor platform has proven to be a very strong catalyst for our growth, and Michael will play a key role in continuing the momentum. His focus will be on developing customized programs for vendors, so that they can grow their businesses by bringing forth our financing solutions to their clients.”
Prior to joining the company, Dundon was the vice president and general manager of Xerox Corporation and Xerox Financial Services. Before Xerox, he was the president and owner of DCI Consulting, a medical supply firm which provided mobility equipment to major healthcare providers. He has also held executive level technology finance positions at DLL, Deutsche Bank Financial Services, AT&T Capital and Wells Fargo Leasing.
“Insight Investments and IFS embody the highest standards of service, quality and integrity that create lasting value for the community we seek to partner with in our vendor financial services business. Insight’s approach to client service is impressive, making this an organization I am proud to represent. I am looking forward to helping grow our indirect channel business over the coming years.”
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