Dealership technology enterprise Cars and trucks.com promoted Doug Miller to the purpose of president and chief commercial officer starting Jan. 1, assuming the No. 2 place at the Chicago-centered enterprise powering CEO Alex Vetter.
Miller, 50, has been Cars and trucks.com’s chief revenue officer because August 2018, the enterprise claimed final 7 days in a regulatory filing.
Prior to joining Cars and trucks.com, Miller was world-wide vice president at vacation website Expedia chief revenue officer at LivingSocial, an on line market and CEO of Chatbox, a conversational commerce startup. He has a bachelor’s degree from Hamilton University.
“We’ve had an unbelievable 12 months of development throughout all of our firms and Doug is uniquely qualified to unite the company and support units to more allow consumer accomplishment,” Vetter, who is president in addition to CEO, claimed in a assertion to Automotive Information. “Doug’s twenty-in addition-12 months profession focused on development, transformation and management of e-commerce firms [presents] him the expertise to carry alongside one another the information, insights and remedies to our seller and OEM consumers that will allow them to work far more correctly applying tech as an enabler.”
Cars and trucks.com operates a car listings market and presents dealership web-sites and other program tools.
In his new purpose, Miller will make a base salary of $500,000 and acquire an once-a-year performance bonus focus on of 110 % of his base salary, according to a regulatory filing.