Dealerweb’s new director

Time 8:20 am, December 21, 2010

untitled1RETAIL motor management solutions provider Dealerweb has appointed another regional director from e-Goodmanners.

Pamela Parkinson becomes Dealerweb’s regional director for the North, focusing on managing and developing existing customer relationships, as well as growing sales through new business acquisition.

The announcement follows the news of appointment of Mark Andrews as regional director for the south east – another ex-eGoodmanners employee.

Prior to her new appointment, Parkinson was key account manager for e-Goodmanners, working with 13 dealer groups and three manufacturers as their main point of contact. Parkinson was also responsible for managing the service level agreement, building relationships with internal management teams, increasing product penetration and achieving a higher contract value.

Parkinson has also held roles within Manheim Retail Services Group since June 2006, including business analyst, which involved in improving the client/ business relationship with Toyota.

Parkinson said: ‘This new role at Dealerweb is absolutely suited to my skills and experience and I am looking forward to making a real difference to the company.

“I relish new challenges and will be working hard to look after existing and new Dealerweb customers in the North region, spending the next few weeks introducing myself personally.’

Martin Hill, managing director of Dealerweb, said: ‘The appointment of Pamela to our team cements our commitment to great customer service as she will be responsible for providing support to our new and existing Dealerweb customers.

‘We are delighted that Pamela is our new Regional Director for the North and look forward to introducing her to our Dealerweb customers over the next few weeks.

Dealerweb is the UK’s leading provider of, provides dealers with the tools they need to measure sales process efficiency, enabling timely identification of strengths and weaknesses through the real-time and comprehensive reporting suite.

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James – or Batch as he’s known – started at Car Dealer in 2010, first as the work experience boy, eventually becoming editor in 2013. He worked for Auto Express as editor-at-large and was the face of Carbuyer’s YouTube reviews. In 2020, he went freelance and now writes for a number of national titles and contributes regularly to Car Dealer. In October 2021 he became Car Dealer's associate editor.

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