Dynamax Taps Davilla

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Dynamax Technologies Ltd., offering digital signage solutions, announced it has appointed Marc Davilla as director of business development for Dynamax Technologies, LLC, the company’s North American subsidiary.


Reporting to Vice President and General Manager Tom Nix, Davilla is responsible for continuously developing business and customer accounts throughout the United States, Canada, and South America, conducting regular business reviews with Dynamax clients and technical personnel to maintain superior customer satisfaction, and identifying and securing new technology and reseller partners.


A long-time enterprise digital signage expert, technical sales executive, and systems integration professional, Davilla joins Dynamax from Creative Realities, Inc., a privately-held experiential technology firm specializing in engaging guest and customer experiences for corporations in the retail, hospitality, entertainment and education industries. As the company’s business development manager, he was hired to establish Creative Realities’ presence on the West Coast; expand its enterprise-level digital signage solutions business; and support the expansion of the professional organization to manage pre-sales, sales, technical support, systems integration, and customer experience activities for the operating unit. Davilla was also responsible for engaging customers in the company’s overall customer experience solution, which includes systems designed to appeal to the human senses of vision, sound, touch, and smell.


“With his extensive experience in technical sales, and vast expertise in the creation and implementation of digital signage solutions, Marc is the ideal choice to spearhead the company’s business developments efforts in North America,” said Nix. “In addition, Marc brings a detailed, nuanced understanding of the out-of-home media space to Dynamax, as well as a deep network of influential industry contacts, all of which will be critical to achieving the company’s revenue generation and client acquisition objectives in North America.”


“The Dynamax senior management team has done a tremendous job in building a highly experienced, world-class company, and developing one of the most robust, sophisticated digital signage software applications on the market today,” said Davilla. “As a result, Dynamax is well positioned for accelerated growth in North America and around the world, and I look forward to assisting the company in creating more traction in key market segments within this rapidly-growing industry.”


For more information on Dynamax Technologies visit www.dynamax.co.uk

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