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ITC Appoints Gordon Woolley Director Of Sales For Central Region

Posted On: 2/2/2017

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TAGS: ITC Systems, Gordon Woolley, mobile proximity marketing, Campbell Richardson, self-serve unattended cashless payment terminals, cashless vending

ST. LOUIS, MO -- ITC Systems has announced the appointment of Gordon Woolley as director of sales for the company's central region. He will be responsible for establishing and maintaining ITC Systems presence in the area, and ensuring that the company's focus on customer service and product quality are reflected in regional sales activities.

Woolley brings 35 years' experience in sales and business development to his new post. He has an extensive background in print management, retail marketing, NFC (near field communication) and mobile proximity marketing.

ITC chief executive Campbell Richardson observed that, as a leading supplier of card-based transaction solutions for schools, libraries, and other organizations, it's important that his company continually seek the best talent available. "I am very excited about the opportunities Gordon Woolley's efforts will generate, and heartily welcome him to the team," he said.

ITC Systems is a multinational corporation with offices in St Louis, San Ramon and Toronto, and a leader in the manufacture of self-serve unattended cashless payment terminals in North America. Founded in 1989, the company maintains a large customer base throughout North America and internationally. Its lines include point-of-sale terminals, copy and print control software and hardware, vending readers, laundry controllers, parking applications and other cashless solutions.