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Intelligrated expands account management and sales team for Knighted

New hires bring a combined 80 years of logistics and supply chain experience, and have held positions with RedPrairie, FKI Logistex, Manhattan Associates and Reddwerks.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
June 25, 2013

Intelligrated, a North American-based automated material handling solutions provider, today announced three new additions to the account management and sales team of its New York-based software subsidiary, Knighted. The new hires will provide expert sales support to meet the software needs of Knighted and Intelligrated customers.

Scott Wells, Joe Nentwig and Michael Brown will manage major accounts and ensure the strategic direction of Knighted aligns with that of its customers. The new hires will report to Craig Wilensky, vice president, worldwide sales, Knighted.

“Adding these talented individuals to our sales team will help us leverage our investment in Knighted to provide the best logistics software solutions for our customers,” said Greg Cronin, executive vice president, Intelligrated.

Wells, Nentwig and Brown have more than 80 years of logistics and supply chain experience combined, and have held positions with RedPrairie, FKI Logistex, Manhattan Associates and Reddwerks before joining Knighted. The new hires are part of Intelligrated’s growth strategy for its software subsidiary Knighted, which it acquired in 2012.

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