Personell Announcements • 15.03.2017

APG Cash Drawer announces hire of Distribution Channel Manager

Global cash management solution manufacturer strengthens commitment to POS channel relationships

APG Cash Drawer announced the addition of Lisa Hughes to the position of Distribution Channel Manager. In her role, Hughes will oversee relationships with channel contacts, specifically APG's distributors Ingram Micro, Inc. and ScanSource POS and Barcode. Lisa Hughes joins industry veteran and Channel Manager Ann Klein, who has serviced the APG POS community for over fifteen years.

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Lisa Hughes
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John Meilahn, APG's V.P. of Global Sales stated, "We are excited to have Lisa on board. She has extensive business development experience within various channel organizations. Hughes is relationship-driven and will play an integral role in fostering partners and supporting our resellers, ISVs, and distributors with their business objectives.  With the addition of Lisa to our APG distribution team, we're strengthening our commitment to the channel and our corporate revenue goals."

Based in Hudson, Wisconsin, Lisa Hughes is an inspirational leader with over eighteen years of sales and marketing experience at companies such as Microsoft and Samsung. Having worked closely with various channel organizations such as Ingram Micro, she strives to empower teams to deliver unprecedented bottom-line results. During her tenure with Microsoft, she was recognized for year over year revenue growth, and honored with the inclusion in Microsoft prestigious Presidents Circle of Excellence Gold Club. A powerful presenter and communicator, Lisa's personal tagline is fostering partners, inspiring excellence, and generating results.

"I am impressed by APG's culture and ready to meet and support our channel customers," stated Hughes. "It's evident that APG is dedicated to building channel relationships and assisting our customers by providing them the resources they need to be successful. I'm thrilled to be a part of that. "

In her free time, Lisa enjoys gourmet cooking, writing, traveling and spending time with her husband and three girls.

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