Barcoding, Inc. announced the addition of three staff members to its sales team at its corporate headquarters in Baltimore. Among the new-hires is strategic account manager Don TenEyck, who was responsible for landing the largest client account in company history for Honeywell Scanning & Mobility.
- Don TenEyck, Strategic Account Manager: Formerly a senior account executive at Honeywell Scanning & Mobility, TenEyck is a proven sales professional with more than 20 years of experience driving company growth and managing global accounts in a variety of vertical markets. At Honeywell, TenEyck helped win the largest contract in company history and consistently exceeded revenue goals. As a strategic account manager with Barcoding, TenEyck will oversee regional and national enterprise accounts and support the company’s growing list of clients in a complex technology and business requirement landscape. TenEyck holds degrees in business administration
- Angela Gifford, Sales Representative: Gifford comes to Barcoding from one of the company’s longtime partners, Rutherford & Associates, where she served as an account manager. Prior, she spent 26 years holding numerous account management positions at Display Data, Convergent, and Insight Distribution Systems, which have since been acquired by HighJump Software. Drawing from her extensive experience in all levels of sales and customer development for the technology industry, Gifford will help close and manage new client accounts and opportunities for Barcoding. Gifford holds a bachelor’s degree in business and marketing from Towson University.
- Zach Lander-Portnoy, Sales Representative: Lander-Portnoy joins the Barcoding sales team after a two-year tenure as a federal contracting consultant for Contracting Resources Group, Inc. (CRG), where he increased his active client base by more than 75 percent in one year. Previously, Lander-Portnoy worked as a junior advisor for Baltimore’s Chapin Davis Investments upon graduating with a bachelor’s degree in English from The Johns Hopkins University, where he played offensive line on the Blue Jays football team.