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Mitchell Hewitt Joins Corcentric Capital Equipment Solutions As Vice President of Sales, Great Lakes

Providing specialty services for equipment procurement and maintenance solutions, fleet analysis and TCO optimization

Mitchell Hewitt

Mitch Hewitt, Vice President of Sales, Great Lakes, Capital Equipment Solutions

CHERRY HILL, NJ, December 4, 2019 — Mitchell “Mitch” Hewitt has joined Corcentric, a leading provider of procurement and financial process automation solutions, as Vice President of Sales for the Great Lakes Region for Capital Equipment Solutions. He will be responsible for helping companies procure capital assets, analyze their fleet operations in order to optimize their total cost of ownership; consulting on optimal replacement cycles, fleet diversity and disposition processes; and delivering best-in-class maintenance solutions.

“We are very excited to welcome Mitch to the Corcentric team,” said Patrick Gaskins, Senior Vice President of Corcentric Capital Equipment Solutions. “Mitch’s background in transportation equipment finance and his sales experience will be valuable assets for Corcentric.”

Mitch has 12 years of experience in the transportation industry and was formerly a national key account manager with Boyer Trucks. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Corporate Finance from Minnesota State University and currently resides in Minneapolis.

For more information on how your company can benefit from a spend analysis, reach out to Mitch at

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