Plus One Robotics’ Scott Wagner and Ashley Iacozili Plus One Robotics’ Scott Wagner and Ashley Iacozili

Plus One Robotics adds new Sales Directors

Plus One Robotics, a provider of AI vision perception software and solutions for robotic parcel handling, has expanded its sales team with two new sales directors, Ashley Iacozili and Scott Wagner, hired to strengthen the company’s sales leadership within the apparel, home goods, general merchandise, and third-party logistics markets.

“Both Ashley and Scott have excellent sales records in managing and growing multi-million enterprise level accounts across material handling automation sectors,” said Robert Nilsson, chief revenue officer at Plus One. “Their professionalism and recognized expertise will help us quickly connect with new opportunities for both our parcel induction and depalletization solutions, inclusive of our unique human-in-the-loop capability enabling 24/7 fulfillment.”

Iacozili has extensive sales experience, as an enterprise account manager at Covariant and Packsize International. There she built an impressive sales portfolio, inclusive of new customers, while collaboratively working with both internal and external cross-functional teams to develop and deliver robotic and packaging automation solutions. In addition to her education at the University of Akron, she also has several high level and strategic training certifications.

Before joining Plus One, Wagner spent many years as a sales manager, most recently for Vecna Robotics, where he was responsible for enterprise account acquisition for Fortune 1000 companies within the CPG, Ecommerce, food and beverage, grocery, retail, and pharmaceutical markets. In addition to successfully bringing on new clients, Wagner oversaw the company’s first deployment in Mexico.

Plus One has experienced nearly three-times year-over-year growth since the release of its PickOne solution in 2018, working with parcel post, general merchandise, and 3PL companies such as FedEx, Pitney Bowes, MSC Industrial, and more. Plus One deployments perform over one million parcel picks each day in production and currently hold an industry-leading metric of nearly one billion total picks.