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AVT names new president of the Americas

July 21, 2014

Windell McGill replaces Amir Dekel, who is leaving AVT after one year in the position.

Israel-based Advanced Vision Technology (AVT) Ltd, a manufacturer of print inspection, print process control, and quality assurance systems, has named Windell McGill as president of the Americas. In this position McGill, who will work from AVT’s Atlanta, GA offices, will manage all activities in North and Latin America including sales, marketing and customer support. 

McGill is replacing outgoing President Amir Dekel, who is leaving the company after one year in this position. Dekel has been with AVT since 2001, and had been vice president of marketing prior to his tenure as president of the Americas.

In succeeding Dekel, McGill is actually rejoining AVT, having previously served 15 years with the company, most recently as VP of sales for North America. Overall, he has more than 25 years of experience in the graphic arts industry, including former sales management positions  with Autologic/Triple-I, Scitex, Dalim Software and HP Indigo.

Jaron Lotan, president & CEO of AVT, says: “We are happy to welcome Windell back to AVT in this important position. I am confident that with him at the helm AVT will continue to grow and succeed in this region through providing excellent value to our customers. We thank Amir Dekel for his contributions over the years and wish him all the best in his future endeavors.”

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