AutoGravity names former CDK exec new engineering VP

IRVINE, Calif. - 

AutoGravity announced Thursday that it has chosen Jason Bonifay, a former CDK Global executive, to serve as the company’s new vice president of engineering.

At CDK, Bonifay served as VP of development for product and engineering, where he oversaw more than 100 global associates who were responsible for engineering, product management, architecture and operations at the company.

“Jason is a veteran technical leader and has been the driving force behind some of the most impactful technology in the automotive space,” AutoGravity founder and chief executive officer Andy Hinrichs said in a news release. “Jason's depth of experience and strong track record uniquely position him to galvanize this team, accelerate our engineering efforts and shape the AutoGravity of tomorrow, forever transforming the way people buy and finance their cars.”

Prior to CDK, Bonifay was chief technology officer at Propero Software, before he served as VP of software engineering at Bankruptcy Management Solutions for over five years.

“AutoGravity has established a reputation as the leading innovator in the automotive industry. The opportunity to join this team and lead the engineering department through a high-growth period is a natural fit for me,” said Bonifay. “The speed at which this company is transforming the car buying experience is unprecedented and I am eager to take the wheel and make AutoGravity the industry standard for digital retailing.”

 

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