Mike Kubas, vice president, Foley Power Systems, announced the promotions of Tom Domotorffy to Power Systems product support sales manager, Brian Vigilante to Power Systems product support sales representative and Danielle Savage to Power Systems electric power sales representative.
Domotorffy joined Foley in 2005, bringing with him seven years of technical experience in sales and management. He began his career at Foley as a product support sales representative in the Power Systems Division, where he was responsible for the sale of maintenance agreements, replacement parts and service repairs for electric power, marine and industrial engine applications. In October 2007, Domotorffy was the first electric power product support sales representative in North America to earn the Caterpillar Certified Sales Professional Designation.
As the product support sales manager for the Power Systems Division, Domotorffy will be responsible for planning, managing and growing the Power Systems Parts and Service sales business for the company.
“Tom has been an outstanding product support sales representative for Foley Power Systems and we expect him to bring the same drive and energy to the product support sales manager position,” said Kubas.
Prior to joining Foley, Vigilante worked as sales and service manager of Califon Rental in Califon, N.J., and as a sales consultant for Sonic Racing in Easton, Pa. In June 2006, he started his career as an inside product support sales representative for the Power Systems Division, where he was responsible for meeting customer corrective repair and preventative maintenance needs with Foley service capabilities. In October 2007, he was the second electric power product support sales representative in North America to earn the Caterpillar Certified Sales Professional designation.
In his new role as a Power Systems outside sales representative, Vigilante will be responsible for the sale of the Power Systems Division’s parts and service offering across the marine, industrial and electric power generation markets to both existing and new customers.
According to Kubas, “Brian has the unique combination of strong technical knowledge and a keen understanding of customer needs and will be an exceptional outside sales representative.”
Savage spent five years gaining experience in a variety of fields, including investment planning sales, lift truck sales, and warehouse layout and design, prior to joining Foley in 2005. During her time at Foley, she has been an on-highway engine account manager, responsible for new vehicle engine and product support sales.
As a Power Systems electric power sales representative, Savage will be responsible for raising customer awareness with consulting engineers. She also will be responsible for direct sales to electrical contractors and end users for generator sets 300 kW and below.
“During her time in the On-Highway Division, Danielle developed excellent customer relationships through her ability to deliver timely and reliable customer support and exceed customer expectations. She understands her customers’ businesses, and consistently used this knowledge to match our products and services to help them achieve a competitive advantage and grow their business,” stated Kubas. “I am confident she will provide the same value to customers in need of electric power generation equipment.”