CDK North America will have a new president on Dec. 1.
Current executive vice president of business transformation Daniel Flynn is succeeding Robert Karp, who is leaving CDK.
CDK Global announced the changes Tuesday.
“Dan Flynn is a seasoned operating executive who has seen significant success bringing process, discipline and rigor to the execution of CDK’s multi-year business transformation effort,” chief executive officer Brian MacDonald said in a news release.
“He brings that same focus to growing CDK’s North America business while driving additional service improvements for our dealer customers,” MacDonald said. “We are fortunate to have someone of Dan’s caliber take on this important leadership role at CDK.”
Flynn has been with CDK since 2016, coming over from Hertz, where he was senior vice president of North America Rent A Car operations.
MacDonald added: “All of us at CDK want to express our appreciation to Bob Karp for his more than 20 years of service to the company and the auto industry.
“Also, I want to personally thank Bob for helping me during my transition to CEO and for his support of our on-going business transformation. We are grateful for his many contributions to CDK and wish him all the best," he said.