LOS ALAMITOS, Calif. – May 18, 2022 – Epson America, Inc. today announced ENX Magazine has selected three Epson leaders as 2022 Difference Makers. Kimberly Doyle, field marketing specialist, Carrie Fox, director, Scanners, Consumables and New Business Initiatives, and Linda Sudderth, North America sales manager, Business Systems, are being honored by ENX for making remarkable strides to advance the success of their teams and channel partners. “Given how difficult the past two years have been on many levels, Difference Makers is more important than ever – drawing attention to the individuals who have helped our industry succeed, despite the challenges,” said Erik Cagle, editorial director, ENX Magazine and ENX The Week in Imaging. “These three leaders from Epson reflect the hard work, standards and goals to which we all aspire.”
More about Epson’s Difference Makers:
- Kimberly Doyle has many strengths stemming from her sales background, which makes her an outstanding marketing professional. Joining Epson in 2021, she brings many years of sales experience and a long history of team experience. Her attentiveness, ability to be a team player, sales acumen, and deep understanding for what a sales executive needs to be successful make her a valuable asset to the Epson Channel and field marketing team.
- Carrie Fox has instilled expertise within different business units at Epson over the past 15 years and currently plays a critical role leading product and go-to-market strategy as director of product management for Scanners, Consumables and New Business Initiatives. While the 2021 work environment became more dispersed, she was able to continue driving commercial growth while strengthening Epson’s scanner leadership position in retail. She guides her team with an inclusiveness that values every team member’s contribution while also ensuring the voices of Epson customers and partners are heard.
- Linda Sudderth is a retail and hospitality industry veteran with over 29 years of experience. A great example and motivation to her team, especially over the course of the last few years, she is responsible for the strategy and direction of the OEM, VAR and ISV channels focused on retail, hospitality and financial markets in North America. Sudderth is being recognized by ENX for stepping up and taking the initiative to partner with Epson’s customers, remaining committed to keeping both her sales team and the customer a top priority.
“The recognition of not only one, but three honorees on the 2022 Difference Makers list is a testament to the great leadership and value each individual brings to their teams,” said Tom Versfelt, vice president of Channel and Commercial Sales, Epson America, Inc. “While these past couple of years have been unusual, Doyle, Fox and Sudderth’s commitment to building successful relationships with our partners and helping them grow their business has been uplifting and inspiring.”
Difference Makers is designed to honor individuals across the entire office technology landscape, from dealers to manufacturers and every segment that helps service the reseller community. Individuals were nominated based on their invaluable contributions toward advancing and championing the causes of not only their companies, but for their clients and partners as well. This all-inclusive program recognizes not only top-line executives, but also sales, admin and all the staff within an organization.
Profiles on Doyle, Fox and Sudderth as well as other honorees will be included in the May 2022 issue of ENX Magazine and online at https://www.enxmag.com/twii/the-week-in-imaging-twii/editors-blog/2022/04/industrys-most-wanted-presenting-the-2022-enx-magazine-difference-makers/.
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