Disser joins Foresight Intelligence

By Lindsey Anderson02 April 2018

Mike Disser has joined Foresight Intelligence as its new regional sales director. Disser formerly worked with NES Rentals as the company’s director of sales, technology and national accounts.

Mike disser

Mike Disser.

Foresight Intelligence is a data analytics software provider and Disser will work with southeast construction firms and heavy equipment rental companies. He will focus on Foresight Intelligence’s newest product, Fleet Intelligence, an intuitive fleet management application for professional fleet managers.

“We are overwhelmed at the market’s response to Fleet Intelligence,” said Dale Hanna, Foresight Intelligence’s CEO. “Construction firms are waking up and realizing they need a mixed fleet solution that can be customized and integrated with the rest of their organization. They see Fleet Intelligence and know it can take their fleet management to the next level. We’re expanding our salesforce to help meet the increasing demand, and Mike’s experience and expertise are exactly what we need.”

Disser bring more than 18 years of heavy equipment rental experience to his new role. Most recently he worked for NES Rental Holdings, Inc. where he secured hundreds of national account agreements with construction and industrial customers. He also directed sales and marketing teams, created technology-based business enhancement tools and developed a new online channel of business.

“I am thrilled to be a part of the work that Foresight Intelligence is doing,” said Disser. “Heavy equipment fleet managers are hungry for the full-service solution that Fleet Intelligence provides and I’m pleased to have such a high-quality product to offer them.”

Fleet Intelligence takes data from a machine’s telematics device and turns the data points into actionable intelligence for fleet managers. The easy-to-read maps, charts and graphs cut through the noise and highlight the key pieces of data that really matter. 

“Having worked with customers that have large equipment fleets, I know how important it is to have a complete solution that integrates the data with every part of the business,” said Disser. “I’m delighted to be a part of a team that understands the nuances of the heavy equipment industry so well. And I’m looking forward to helping customers create value from this new data-rich, insight-driven world.”

 

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