Roland DGA Makes Key Personnel Changes
Roland DGA Corporation (Irvine, CA) announced several recent personnel changes to strengthen its sales, product management and service teams.
Jane Napolitano, Roland DGA’s customer service supervisor since 2014, has been promoted to key account manager. Napolitano will play an important role in supporting the Roland DGA reseller channel, working closely with the company’s regional sales managers to serve the needs and ensure the success of key dealer accounts. She will report to Roland DGA’s U.S. Sales Manager Sid Lambert.
Jack Pozorski, a 15-year veteran of Roland DGA’s service department who most recently served as strategic manager for Roland Care Services, has been promoted to Roland Care Manager. Pozorski will continue overseeing the Roland Care Onsite Services program, while also managing Roland Care Engineers, the group responsible for training field engineers to service and support Roland products throughout North and South America. He will report to Roland DGA Senior Director of Service Ron Ball.
Kitt Jones, a Roland DGA Application Specialist for the last 2 ½ years, has also been promoted and will now serve as a product manager, with responsibilities including management of Roland’s 3D and Education product offerings. He will report to Roland DGA’s Group Product Manager Brian Brooks.
Finally, Kevin Rosen, who has served as Roland DGA technical support specialist since 2015, has been promoted to application specialist. Rosen will be responsible for providing product, workflow, and solution expertise to end users of Roland products. He will also report to Roland DGA Group Product Manager Brian Brooks.
“These four talented Roland staffers have contributed greatly to our overall success,” said Andrew Oransky, president of Roland DGA. “We’re confident that their skills, abilities and strong work ethics will enable them to excel in their new positions.”
For more information, visit rolanddga.com.
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