Insight Investments Appoints Business Dev Exec for Vendor Financing
FEB 3, 2016 - 7:12 am
Insight Investments appointed Jennifer Kennedy as a business development executive for the company’s recently launched vendor financing program.
To support and grow the program, Kennedy will leverage the company’s experience and leasing platform, and bring the benefits to the technology vendor community. She will be responsible for driving new program relationships with technology manufacturers, systems integrators and managed service providers.
“We are thrilled that Jennifer has joined the Insight team,” said Scott Sullivan, senior vice president of Insight Investments. “Our model is vendor neutral and designed to provide IT refresh and leasing strategies that make the most sense for today’s consumption-based technology usage needs. The industry-wide shift in technology pricing models has been a catalyst for our recent momentum, and I am confident that Jennifer’s contributions will be significant as we continue on our growth trajectory.”
Kennedy joins Insight Investments with more than 20 years of sales and business development experience. Prior to joining Insight Investments, she held key sales roles at Blue Street Capital and ECi Software Solutions.
“It is an exciting time in the industry and I am eager to be part of such an experienced and high performing team,” said Kennedy. “By leveraging our unique refresh program and industry leading asset management system (AMOS), we will create new customized financing programs that will help technology manufacturers to sell more solutions more profitably.”
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