DALLAS – lanelogic, an electronic used-vehicle trading network for U.S. automotive dealers, has retained TPC Management Co. to conduct a nationwide search for a vice president of remarketing. This will be a new position on the lanelogic executive management team.

“The need for a vice president of remarketing has come as a result of both our expedited growth pattern and demand from dealers for remarketing services,” said Jim O’Brien, lanelogic president.

“We are looking for a vehicle remarketing professional who can look beyond the traditional channels to incorporate not only physical auction processes, but also direct-to-dealer initiatives and use of various Internet channels,” added Bruce Thompson, lanelogic founder & CEO.

Pierre Pons, TPC’s managing partner, will coordinate the search process.

lanelogic has also added key executives to help reinforce the company's efforts in creating a transparent market for used vehicles.

Sherif Jitan, chief technology officer, previously co-founded Innotek Consulting, Inc. His career began with Qwest Communications, formally US West Advanced Technologies.

Ziad Chartouni, vice president of development, formally the CIO and co-founder of Innotek Consulting Group, Inc., sold his business to lead the development of lanelogic's trade floor network. Chartouni began his career as one of the youngest Oracle consultants hired by PricewaterhouseCoopers to perform financial implementations. Since then, he has provided consulting services to Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 clients, including Verizon Wireless and Dallas Independent School District (DISD).

Scott Horton, national sales director, was the first regional sales representative to join OVE.com, where he led the nation in revenue and was named Top Performer for 2005. Prior to that, he worked with AutoTrader.com from its beginning stages and Manheim Interactive as fistrict dales manager. In 2003, Horton became the regional auction consultant for AutoTrader.com and was top 10 in new business revenue in 2002.

Bob Young, national training manager, is a 40-year veteran of the automotive industry, who helped develop start-up companies, such as American Auto Exchange, cyberXpo.com, InFoman, and ProSource Data Services. Young leads lanelogic's installation team, working directly with dealers to establish procedures that help ensure profitability.

Louie Evans, director of market support, a 20-year veteran of Automatic Data Processing, Inc. (ADP), was recruited directly out of college. He advanced from field service technician to his most recent role as director of installation services for ADP's top automotive dealer clients. He managed a staff of 105 employees, which serviced more than 2,500 dealer roof tops.