Cox Automotive new CIO

Cox Automotive appoints new Chief Information Officer

Glenn Fishwick Cox Automotive CIO

Cox Automotive has announced the appointment of Glenn Fishwick as CIO to lead the company's focus on connected technology, providing best-in-market customer experiences and delivering on its strategy of a connected Cox Automotive.

Having experience across a number of sectors covering government, healthcare, telecoms, retail and financial-services, Glenn most recently held a Vice President role at MDS Global, where he was responsible for customer and product software development and delivery.

Prior to this, at Accenture, he worked with several of the UK's largest blue-chip organisations to complete complex technology change programmes, and before that in product development with global healthcare provider iSoft.

Martin Forbes, CEO at Cox Automotive, said: "Glenn is an accomplished leader and an expert in his field. He is passionate about challenging the status quo, creating a culture of continuous improvement, and exploring new and innovative ways of working."

"Customer-facing technology is core to the Cox Automotive vision and we are constantly looking at how we can anticipate and excel at meeting customer needs, to transform our business and build a sustainable and profitable future for our customers."

Glenn Fishwick commented on the move: "As the market leader, Cox Automotive is an exciting, forward thinking and innovative company to work for, and one which I am very excited to have joined."

"I look forward to working alongside Martin and the team to develop and introduce new systems and deliver a complete and connected service to our customers."

Cox Automotive employs over 2,300 people in the UK providing solutions to its clients through businesses that include Manheim, Movex, Motors.co.uk, Modix, Dealer Auction and NextGear Capital.

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