WEST CALDWELL, N.J. — MaxLite today announced a realigned sales leadership structure that will enhance collaboration and drive growth in the utility business channel.
To better connect its commercial and residential products and services with utility programs and third-party implementers, MaxLite has moved the C&I Utility team, led by vice president Frank D. Molander, into a combined business unit reporting to Vincent Alonzi, executive vice president of utility, retail and national accounts. The newly merged leadership team includes industry veterans Stan Mertz, vice president of residential utility programs, and Don Becker, director of C&I utility programs. The ESCO and Government sales channel, led by vice president Stephen Mitchell, will also report to Alonzi, allowing for better focus on key partners at the regional and national levels. The restructuring is in anticipation of MaxLite offering new products and services for the C&I and residential sectors.
In addition to his current responsibilities overseeing the C&I Utility and Horticulture teams, Molander will take on a new role leading sales operations across MaxLite. He will work closely with President and CEO Spencer Bolgard to help the MaxLite sales team align to shared goals and track progress in executing the company’s strategic plan.
“What I appreciate most about my team at MaxLite is their positive attitude, focus on moving forward, and execution,” Bolgard said. “We have learned so much over the past 12 months about how we work together as a team, both remote and in-person. These organizational changes will be a big part of how MaxLite is able to respond to improving market conditions throughout 2021 and beyond. Utility programs have always been at the heart of our business model, and MaxLite has never been better prepared with the right products and the right people to help utilities and their implementers meet their goals.”Tagged with MaxLite, people