Fujitsu General America separated its sales and marketing functions into two positions, now with a vice president of sales and a vice president of marketing.
Dennis Stinson, who served as director of national accounts for the past year and as regional sales manager for four before that, has been promoted to vice president of sales. He led Fujitsu’s unitary launch last year, and maintains great relationships with national accounts. All sales segments and departments now report to Stinson.
Erin Mezle has served in multiple roles at Fujitsu for the past 20 years. She has been named vice president of marketing. Most recently, she served as marketing director and has exhibited the skills needed to run a marketing department. Mezle is well-respected throughout the organization and in field sales.
Succeeding Stinson is David Trautman as the new director of national accounts. He is focused on supporting key national accounts; leading unitary sales with RE Michel and assuming the leadership role with Ferguson corporate.
Trautman will work with these national accounts in concert with the sales team to support growth in all product segments. He moves into this role from his previous position as Fujitsu’s regional sales manager in the South Central Region, and draws from extensive experience gained through numerous responsibilities with Johnson Controls, Carrier Enterprises and Lennox Industries.