Autometrics names new president

Autometrics has announced the promotion of Christine MacKenzie to president, and will oversee over the continued growth of its client base and core US automotive product portfolio.

Ms Christine has a wealth of experience within the Automotive Industry, having spent almost 30 years with the Chrysler Group working in all aspects of Marketing and Sales. Upon retiring from Chrysler in 2008, Ms Christine joined Autometrics where she has spent the last four years as senior vice president of corporate development.

In her new role, Ms Christine has overall responsibility for Autometrics LFP data, and the Autometrics Pulse reporting platform.

Stephen Shaw, Group CEO, Chairman and Co-Founder of Autometrics said: "Christine's leadership skills, experience and industry knowledge has already made her a pillar in the Autometrics family. Her appointment to President is a sign of our preparation for growth.

"I'm confident that Christine will help drive the company to new levels and play a key role in delivering high quality solutions for our clients."

Mr Stephen retains overall responsibility for Autometrics' corporate strategy and new product R&D. Co-founder and executive vice president Barnaby Knight retains responsibility for Autometrics international development and acts as Group CFO.