Industry veteran Heather Patrick joined Ampil as a business development executive. She will be based in Austin, TX and be responsible for the South-Central region.
“We are thrilled to welcome Heather to the team,” said Mike Jones, senior vice president for Ampil. “Her extensive experience, capabilities and knowledge of the industry make her a great asset to the company as we continue our growth path. With Heather on board, we are looking forward to further developing the business with the many new opportunities and relationships that she will create.”
Patrick will be committed to extending the benefits of Ampil’s holistic and client-focused approach to financing programs that make it significantly easier for customers to acquire technology products and solutions from Ampil’s program partners.
“I am very excited about the opportunity to join Ampil and Insight Investments, and eager to make a positive contribution to this growing organization,” said Patrick. “The positive culture, environment and consistency from top down speaks volumes to the first-class treatment and ethics that are applied not only to one another but also to every client engagement. I am delighted to have the opportunity to be a part of this team, learning from some of the best in the industry.”
“Heather appreciates Ampil’s unique, flexible and full-service programs and understands the positive impact for our clients. Her market knowledge and drive to exceed customers’ expectations will further accelerate our current momentum,” added Jones.
Patrick brings nearly 20 years of experience in technology sales. Prior to joining Ampil, she served as CSI Leasing’s Global Vendor Program manager and was also a financial technology specialist. Patrick also previously held account management and senior customer service roles for both Apple and Dell. She began her career in business development at Genentech.
A subsidiary of Insight Investments, Ampil provides custom vendor financing programs for technology and software manufacturers, distributors, systems integrators and managed service providers.
On the deal flow side, how would you characterize the level of activity that you are seeing versus what it was a year ago? If activity is higher, is it the result of more deal flow from existing sources or... read more
For the last half century, the equipment finance industry has continued to grow year over year. Starting at $29 billion in 1960, the industry has grown to over a trillion dollars in 2018. Industry veterans still remember a time when... read more