SPOKANE, WA – ServNet has announced that its COO, Warren Byrd, will step down to return to ADESA’s executive management team. Byrd will continue to assist ServNet through the transition until he joins ADESA later this month.
Over the past several years, ServNet has expanded in size and stature within the automotive remarketing industry. ServNet recently unveiled its new Auction Pipeline program, which offers customers access to inventory and related market information for ServNet Auctions. The Auction Pipeline has sparked new interest in ServNet affiliation and additional auctions are expected to join the independent auction marketing group within coming months.
Among other developments, ServNet also has engaged the services of J.D. Power and Associates to provide analytical services to ServNet member auctions and their customers.
With Byrd’s departure, ServNet sees expanded roles for both Paul Rettenmaier, its sales and marketing representative, and Dan Jenkins, who serves as the group’s liaison with General Motors. Industry veteran Larry Brasher has also joined ServNet’s executive team to facilitate the expansion and restructuring of the group.