Based in Austin, John brings nearly 20 years of experience in finance roles. He describes himself as both an operational and strategic-minded leader that seeks to bring meaning to the numbers. His previous roles were with Coastal Holding Company, Retail Solutions, Inc., ClearCare, and QAD [NASDAQ: QADA]. John is responsible for Rollick’s finance and business analytics.
“John will be a tremendous contributor to Rollick’s growth over the next few years,” said Rollick CEO and Co-Founder Bernie Brenner. “With his experience in both private equity and public markets, he’s a great addition to our senior team.”
Based outside of Washington, D.C., Amy brings 15 years of experience in vehicle sales and has a significant background in building and operating a company’s dealer acquisition strategy. Previous sales leadership roles include CARFAX and VinSolutions, a Cox Automotive company. She’s been responsible for setting strategic direction, sales operations, team building, forecasting, and managing tactical implementation.
“Amy has run large inside and outside sales teams for dealer sales and support,” said Brenner. “She has a record of outstanding results and I’m so excited that she’s joined the team.”
Members of the Rollick leadership team are deeply experienced in building valuable affinity, dealer, and manufacturer relationships and are passionate about improving the buying process for outdoor recreation vehicles.
It’s no secret that the pandemic has created a myriad of sales and service challenges for recreation dealers. While high demand and record-setting leads and sales are great, it comes at a time when lack of inventory, labor shortages, back-ordered parts, and long service wait times makes it harder than ever to provide shoppers with a positive overall experience. So how can dealers make the most out of every prospect touchpoint and easily prioritize hot vs. cold leads?
Shopping for a boat is a complex process for consumers. As an OEM or dealer, winning them over requires exceptional service before, during, and after the sale. And while high demand and record-setting boat sales are great for the industry, the downside is that it comes at a time when lack of inventory, labor shortages, back-ordered parts, and long service wait times makes it harder than ever to provide shoppers with a positive overall experience.
Join executives from Rollick, Lightspeed, and RVDA as they share ways dealers can integrate more seamlessly with their technology vendors, promote salesperson adoption, and increase market share.