Scottdale, AZ, August 9, 2022 – Stramaglio Consulting has announced that DLL, a global financial solutions provider and Consortium member, is joining other industry leading organizations by sponsoring the 2023 Executive Connection Summit in Scottsdale, Arizona.
DLL is a global asset finance partner enabling businesses to more easily access equipment, technology and software to help them grow. With more than 35 years of experience specializing in the office equipment, technology and imaging industries, DLL delivers sustainable and effective financing solutions, along with insights and advice, that drive smarter and more economical use of capital assets. DLL’s flexible financing options are tailored to meet the needs of equipment manufacturers, dealers, and end-users providing businesses the flexibility to maximize their office equipment spend.
The DLL Team is excited to share insights and best practices with the conference attendees, collaborate with industry leaders and newcomers, and work together to create the office equipment industry of the future.
“We are excited to network and meet with the best our industry has to offer,” says Shannon Stangl, Head of North American Sales at DLL. “our team is proud to be a supporter of the 2023 Executive Connection Summit.”
The Consortium is assembled by Mike Stramaglio, President and CEO of Stramaglio Consulting, and seeks to establish an open collaborative platform that enables the imaging channel to embrace and lead Digital Transformation.
“I am so pleased to have DLL to join us as one of our key sponsors for ECS 23,” says Mike Stramaglio. “DLL is one of the global leaders who drives sustainability, innovation and digitalization. ECS 23 will be focusing on human agility and I look forward to working with such great people from DLL along with other Consortium members and sponsors to make it best industry event ever.”
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