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Mason, OH. (PRWEB) December 06, 2012
OneCommand (http://www.onecommand.com), the leading Customer Marketing & Loyalty Automation Platform for auto dealers, announced today an organizational realignment in order to continue its dedicated focus on client acquisition and superior client care. These changes will facilitate the next phase of OneCommands rapid growth and will enable the industry leader to continue to deploy best-in-class communications technology and services that help auto dealers take command of their customers experience.
The newly appointed leadership positions will report to Jill Whitehead, OneCommands current Executive Vice President of Sales and Support. The realignment structure will include the addition of four promotions, which include:
- Teri Gallus, Regional Vice President of Sales and Support
- Chris Barnum, Regional Vice President of Sales and Support
- Ted Cain, Regional Vice President of Sales and Support
- Wayne Clark, Regional Vice President of Sales and Support
Customers and employees are the life blood of any organization. Therefore, it is mission critical that we build a company structure that delivers world class client service and provides the infrastructure for our team members to excel, comments Jeff Hart, President and CEO of OneCommand. I have great confidence that in their new and expanded roles these individuals, Chris, Ted, Wayne and Teri, will enable our organization to quickly meet the challenges of our continued growth and forever changing auto market while ensuring we deliver superior client care.
The realignment will help OneCommand provide a better customer experience for its dealer clients. Plus, the increase in leadership personnel will allow OneCommand to continue to be a scalable, reliable, and accountable organization. With OneCommands rebranding, new messaging, redesigned website, new state of the art communication platform, and the newly announced realignment, it is positioned for the future of automotive marketing.
It is with great excitement that I lead this company through our evolution. We must continue to challenge our organization to move to the next level and truly embrace continuous improvement and growth. This corporate realignment will help accelerate OneCommands growth by strategically focusing on better sales and service for our clients. We plan to provide the auto market with solutions they want and a service that is world class. This will set OneCommand up for continued growth and success, states Hart.
OneCommand is committed to providing best in class customer-focused innovation, technology, best practices, creative services and delivery processes. Ensuring the right organizational structure is a critical first step in driving improved execution, increased effectiveness and efficiency. The result will be a more streamlined, performance driven customer experience and OneCommands new leaders will be heading the charge.
OneCommand is the leading provider of marketing automation which is designed to drive customer loyalty in the auto industry. For over a decade, OneCommands proven platform of voice, email, text, direct mail, and social communications have been delivering results that are targeted, turnkey, and trigger-based. Every day, OneCommand sends over 1,000,000 personalized messages on behalf of its over 4,000 clients throughout North America.
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