Former eDynamix customer account manager Faye Staley has said she “cannot wait to get started” following her promotion to the role of strategic account director.
Staley has been with the automotive systems specialist since 2019, having previously gained automotive industry experience in aftersales manager roles with Vantage Motor Group and as regional manager for the carmaker FCA Group.
In her new position, she will work with eDynamix growing list of OEM and AM100 partners alongside Steve Ure who holds a similar position.
Together they will also work on the successful development and implementation of a new range of aftersales products being released throughout the course of 2023.
Staley said: “I’m delighted to be undertaking my new role within eDynamix. To know that I am part of such a forward-thinking company is a real pleasure.
“Our team work tirelessly to ensure we deliver the most feature rich products for our customers, which help them improve profitability and increase customer retention. I really cannot wait to get started.”
Iain Nickalls, eDynamix’s chief executive, said: “Faye already brings a wealth of experience and ideas to eDynamix. She has built some very strong relationships in her four years with the company and this, coupled with her professional background and product knowledge means we are extremely confident that she will be a huge success in her new role.”
Also joining eDynamix, as part of its Customer Account Management team, are Hayley Manning and Steve Kewin.
Manning has 20 years automotive experience working closely with OEMs and will be responsible for customer development and relations in the South East of England.
Kewin, who has over 20 years dealership experience in workshop and service manager roles, will be responsible for the North West of England.