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Intermec names Peter Fausel vice president of North America Sales

Fausel brings nearly three decades of enterprise solutions sales experience to the company.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
June 21, 2010

Intermec, Inc. (http://www.intermec.com) today announced that Peter Fausel has been appointed vice president of North America Sales. Reporting to Jim McDonnell, Intermec sr. vice president of Global Sales, Fausel will be responsible for driving continued growth and improving the consistency, transparency and predictability of doing business with Intermec.

Fausel brings more than 28 years of enterprise solutions sales experience most recently as the executive vice president of sales, marketing and customer service at I.D. Systems Inc., where he helped the company accomplish substantial revenue growth over a three year period.  Before I.D. Systems, he was the senior vice president of sales and marketing at LXE Inc., where the company achieved 17 consecutive quarters of record revenue, and implemented Strategic Account and Vertical Market initiatives which resulted in a significant expansion in company deal pipelines.

“Intermec’s heritage and innovative solutions are just two of the many reasons I’m thrilled to join this industry leader,” said Fausel.  “There is a great opportunity to deliver significant business transformations for our customers, and drive strong revenue results for Intermec and its partners.”

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