MotoAdvisor hires former Dealer Expo exec to expand dealer network

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MotoAdvisor Inc., a maker of time management software for powersports service departments, has hired Josiah Taulbee to expand the company’s dealer network. He will lead marketing, sales and business development for the powersports market.

Most recently, Taulbee spent six years providing dealer development for the Dealernews International Powersports Dealer Expo, the largest powersports tradeshow in North America.

“I’ve interacted with thousands of dealers,” Taulbee stated in a press release, “and all of them have expressed their frustration with their service departments. I took one look at the new SchedulePower2 and realized this software could make any service department more productive, efficient and, most importantly, profitable. After meeting some of the current customers, it was amazing to see how valuable a system like this is, so it made sense to join their effort.”

Taulbee says he also spent years working in the tech industry prior to entering the powersports market. He helped develop software solutions for large companies and provided training.

“We look forward to Josiah’s experience, and are fortunate to have him as part of the team,” says Myra Hight, MotoAdvisor’s CEO. “Josiah brings a lot of insight to the development of our software and is an intricate asset to supporting our current and future customers. We could not be more pleased that he has accepted this offer and understands our core goal of generating profits for service departments.”

MotoAdvisor recently released an updated version of its SchedulePower2 software.

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