AutoAlert announced three executive promotions last week that it says reflect a more global presence for the company.
It has promoted Don Favero to global vice president of sales and marketing, while promoting Beth Donovan to vice president of incentives and communications and Bob Smythe to vice president of field operations.
“These promotions reflect the overall growth and movement of our organization toward more large-scale relationships, which include global initiatives,” AutoAlert chief executive officer Mike Dullea said in a news release.
The company does have OEM initiatives outside the U.S., but says that these personnel moves “speak to the broader influence of the company globally.”
Favero was previously the executive vice president of sales and marketing and has been with the company since January 2016. Donovan joined the company in April as senior director of communications.
Smythe was most recently OEM senior director for the Ford partnership at AutoAlert and joined the company in 2017.
“Our entire executive team is uniquely and immensely talented, and I want to recognize Don, Beth and Bob for their critical contributions to AutoAlert's recent achievements and growth," Dullea said. "Don and I have worked together even prior to AutoAlert, and he is one of the most consistently successful leaders I know. He brings innovation and a keen sense for what works to leading our marketing team.
“Beth has played a key role in our growing success with Ford, and in the development and implementation of our Customer Experience Management platform,” he said. “Bob was instrumental to our partnership with Ford, and to the success that's followed. Both Bob and Beth lead the way in ensuring that all of our dealership partners are getting the absolute best results from our products every day, and I look forward to continuing our work together.”