AutoMap LLC Promotes Mark Sargeant to CEO
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AutoMap LLC Promotes Mark Sargeant to CEO

Sargeant was promoted on Sept. 30 and will take on his new duties of leading and growing AutoMap’s vehicle inventory tracking technology. AutoMap specializes in providing OBD vehicle tracking for automobile dealers, OEMs, auctions and financial institutions.

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AutoMap LLC, the provider of electronic vehicle monitoring and location services, has gained a new CEO with Mark Sargeant. Sargeant was promoted to CEO on Sept. 30 and will take on his new duties of leading and growing AutoMap’s vehicle inventory tracking technology. AutoMap specializes in providing OBD vehicle tracking for automobile dealers, OEMs, auctions and financial institutions. 

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Sargeant has worked within the company for the last nine years, starting out is sales and system development to most recently, VP of Business Development & Marketing

“Mark has been instrumental with the success of AutoMap leading the growth of the company to include several new customers including Mercedes-Benz – Vance, Alabama,” said Founder Ken Smith. “Mark has proven his ability to grow the business and provide exceptional service to its numerous customers.”

Before coming to work at AutoMap LLC, Sargeant was a business owner and provided communication and leadership skills to manage several locations throughout the northwest. He is currently improving his skills by furthering his education seeking his MBA. 

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“With a great team behind me, AutoMap is on the path to not only become the leading vehicle location system in the U.S., but globally. I look forward to bringing my excitement and vision for the company’s future,” Sargeant said.

Automap’s innovative OBD inventory tracking system, complete with GPS location mapping, provides efficient service increased sales, process control, asset tracking and inventory management.

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