NextGear Capital Appoints New Vice President of Operations and Business Development

July 8, 2013
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NextGear Capital has announced the appointment of Randy Dohse to the role of vice president of operations and business development for the Western Region of the U.S.

Randy Dohse is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and holds a BS in economics. He began working with NextGear Capital's predecessor, Dealer Services Corporation, in 2005 and held numerous leadership positions throughout the company.
Randy Dohse is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and holds a BS in economics. He began working with NextGear Capital's predecessor, Dealer Services Corporation, in 2005 and held numerous leadership positions throughout the company.

Dohse, who previously held the position of Vice President of Customer Service, will have oversight of the rapidly developing growth throughout the Western region of the U.S.

NextGear Capital COO Shane O'Dell stated, "To fully accommodate our growing dealer base and field presence, we're making strategic moves to stay one step ahead of our customers' changing needs. We need decisive people in key positions to maintain and develop growth throughout. Randy has the knowledge and experience to reach critical goals and further our potential throughout the Western region of the country."

Dohse is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and holds a BS in economics. He began working with NextGear Capital's predecessor, Dealer Services Corporation, in 2005 and held numerous leadership positions throughout the company.

In response to his new role, Dohse stated, "NextGear Capital continues to develop and offer high-demand products and services for the automotive remarketing industry. Dealers and auctions throughout the Western region of the nation have always been great customers, and I'm eager to begin working with them to further their business success."

Serving more than 17,000 dealers and over 1,000 auctions across North America, NextGear Capital continues to focus on its customer-centric approach throughout the US and Canada.

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