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Work Truck Solutions adds Solano as sales VP

Tony Solano recently joined Work Truck Solutions as the company’s vice president of sales.

Solano's previous experience in Automotive DMS, SaaS and CPQ (Configure, Price, Quote) makes him highly qualified to lead the growth of Work Truck Solutions, a company building business solutions in the work truck industry.

He is responsible for leading in-house sales managers and field representatives in building relationships with dealerships, OEMs, body manufacturers, distributors and other industry contacts.

Tony Solano, Work Truck Solutions VP of sales

"The work truck industry runs on relationships, and we're going to focus on leveraging the trust we have earned from our over 850 dealers to build even more value for our partners,” Solano said. “As commercial dealerships, or dealerships considering entering the commercial business, see how much value and support our solutions provide, our growth will be exponential."

Solano held a number of executive sales positions over the past 28 years at Cincom Systems, Coresystems Software, Advantage Business Consulting Group, WS Technologies, Automotive Risk Management and ADP, where he was the national strategic accounts director of sales. He led strong sales results in North America, Central and South America, and EAME (Europe, Africa, Middle East), regularly exceeding targeted sales goals.

Solano joins the company at a time when it’s delivering measurable results and introducing new solutions, including a simple way for dealerships to manage pricing and incentives for blocks of vehicles at a time, a social media ad management solution and a new suite of solutions for body manufacturers and distributors.

“This is the perfect time to be welcoming Tony to the team,” said Kathryn Schifferle, CEO and founder of Work Truck Solutions.

“With all the new solutions we just introduced, there are many new values that Tony and his sales team can leverage to help our partners in the industry. There is a lot of opportunity ahead of us, and I am confident and excited to have Tony on board.”


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