MSX International Hires David Graff As Vice President
DETROIT, Dec. 16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- MSX International (MSXI), a service and technology solutions provider helping automotive and other global organizations improve retail network performance, talent acquisition and management strategies, has hired David Graff as the company's vice president of sales, Retail Network Solutions (RNS).
Graff was hired in October 2013 and is responsible for the company's global RNS business development. In this position, he is responsible for the revenue growth of global accounts for key markets, and ensuring customer satisfaction for its retail business.
"With our strong commitment to drive success for customers with innovative solutions and continuous pursuit of outstanding results, this new role will help us strengthen current relationships and reach new heights," said Fred Minturn, president and CEO, MSXI. "David's extensive knowledge and leadership experience with business development, sales and marketing will be a key asset to the continued growth of our organization."
Prior to this position, Graff served as the automotive managing director for eight years at Microsoft Corp., where he was responsible for developing and executing the company's sales strategy, solutions portfolio and partner integration, as well as marketing and communications for the discrete manufacturing industry. Additionally, Graff was a senior manager at Ernst and Young LLP, where he spent eleven years managing the sales and delivery efforts of multi-million dollar consulting engagements to global Fortune 500 companies.
Graff earned his Bachelor of Science degree in industrial engineering from Arizona State University, Tempe, Ariz.
For more than 70 years, MSXI has provided technology and services to the world's largest companies to improve their retail network performance and talent acquisition strategies. The Retail Network Solutions group partners with global automakers to enhance the retail customer lifecycle by streamlining business processes to positively impact revenue and performance. The company's Human Capital Solutions group collaborates with clients to enhance its talent acquisition and management, including permanent and contract labor, statement of work and purchase services.
Detroit-based MSXI has an expert team of 5,000 employees strategically servicing clients in more than 50 countries. For more information, please visit www.msxi.com.
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