Triple S Welcomes New Staff Member
Triple S, the leading Member based distribution network in the facility supply and cleaning industry, is pleased to announce and welcome the addition of Dan Wagner as the organization's new Director of Strategic Accounts.
In his new role, Dan will be responsible for growing Triple S's national presence and sales; working with group purchasing organizations, key national organizations and large building service contractors. Dan will also be responsible for building and managing a new platform of value-added services to facilitate growth in the strategic accounts arena. This platform is expected to be centered on training programs, business and management consultative selling, and utilization/implementation of the "value of clean" message.
"Triple S is very excited to add Dan to our growing team," notes Eric Flinton, Triple S President. "He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience that will enable our Member-Distributors to increase their presence and offer greater value and service in the changing marketplace."
Prior to joining Triple S, Wagner served as the Director of Facility Service Programs with ISSA – The Worldwide Cleaning Industry Association. In this role, Dan became well known in the industry for developing and managing the Cleaning Industry Management Standard (CIMS)/CIMS-Green Building and the Cleaning Industry Training Standard (CITS) programs; overseeing the association's education and training offerings; and working directly with various facility service providers and end user organizations, including IFMA, BOMA, the US Green Building Council and APPA.
"Leaving an association like ISSA is not easy and I really gave a lot of thought as to the type of organization where I wanted to continue my career," says Wagner. "Having worked closely with Triple S and their Members in the past, I know it is a perfect fit. I am thrilled to join such a respected and dynamic organization and to have the opportunity to grow the brand and help our Members succeed."
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