LAKE FOREST, Ill. – ThreeClix, which recently entered the marine and powersport markets, has appointed Nick Owens as vice president of technology, according to a release from the company.
Owens will be responsible for directing the technology staff, as well as the design, engineering and deployment of the ThreeClix real-time response system.
“Delivering upon a 21st century consumer’s demands, specifically real-time response, the solution Nick developed exceeds a dealer’s expectations,” John Trkla, co-owner of ThreeClix, said in the release.
Owens was formerly with Channel Blade, where he was credited as the original author of the Footsteps application, according to ThreeClix.
After eight years, he left the Channel Blade to co-develop new software utilizing Red Oak’s communication engine.
“With ThreeClix, I will help dealers out through research, diligence and focus to continue to develop an effective lead-management program designed specifically for the dealer,” Owens said in the release. “This company really understands what’s important to dealers and truly cares about giving them a program that doesn’t require training and works fast.”