People News

Edition: September 2012 - Vol 20 Number 09
Article#: 4075
Author: Repertoire

Midmark awards top performers

Midmark held its annual medical National Sales Meeting at the Renaissance Vinoy Resort & Golf Club in St. Petersburg, Fla. The meeting featured product training, education, sales strategies and an overview of its corporate goals and accomplishments. The highlight of the sales meeting was the awards banquet that honored Midmark’s top performers. The following awards were presented to the top sales representatives and managers in the medical division:

• Jeff Daner – Award of Excellence, Top Regional Manager

• Kory Mosher – Award of Excellence, Top Sales Representative of the Year

• Kory Mosher – Medical Sales Representative of the Year

• Bill Rumple – Casework Sales Representative of the Year

• Kurt Badstubner – Diagnostics Sales Representative of the Year

• Faith McKinney – Finest Sales Team Points Leader

• Brad Winter – Rookie of the Year

The Award of Excellence is given annually to the salesperson and manager who best exemplify a Midmark sales/management teammate. This award is determined based on exceeded sales goals and other criteria that are a part of the Midmark medical sales culture. Awards were given for top sales during a promotion to:

• Matt Ruberg – Q2 Diagnostics Promotion

• Ed O’Sullivan – Q4 “Plug in” Diagnostics Promotion

• Nate Williams – Barrier-Free Promotion

• Craig McKenzie – Ritter Sterilizer Promotion

• Jeff Rogers – Procedures Table Promotion


Brainstorming in Connecticut

350 Moore Medical reps and vendors gather at annual educational conference

Two hundred and fifty Moore Medical employees and more than 100 vendors gathered for three days this summer in Connecticut to brainstorm how to enhance the customer experience. The venue was the company’s annual educational conference.

The meeting consisted of two days of training, as well as trade shows and breakout sessions. Initiatives discussed included driving growth through sales force expansion, the company’s MVP Program, and several Six Sigma quality initiatives intended to improve the customer experience.

“EdCon advances relationships within our own organization and with our supplier community, and provides a tremendous opportunity to build and strengthen partnerships as well as give us the ability to learn more about the products and services we represent in supporting the health and care of our customers,” said President Rick Frey.

Moore Medical, a subsidiary of McKesson Medical-Surgical, has 23 field reps and 125 inside salespeople, who service 120,000 non-hospital providers.