At the helm of the most successful provider of sales leads to auto dealers, John Vicidomino is responsible for the management and strategic direction of Dealix.
Before joining Dealix, John worked for over 25 years leading entrepreneurs to success. His efforts have influenced how leading companies turn ideas and strategies into results. His accomplishments include the launch, turn-around, management, and sale of several software technology and services companies along with key management and consulting positions in established companies. John has been intimately involved in the sale of a number of companies creating over 1 Billion Dollars in shareholder value. His latest success is the sale of Autotegrity to ADP Dealer Services in December of 2011.
John received his BA from Boston College.
John’s first car was a Ford Mustang.
Kim Jennett has responsibility for developing brand strategy and driving marketing programs at Dealix. This includes the strategic direction for driving demand and being the voice for the customer base.
Kim brings over 18 years of experience with an extensive background in developing strategic marketing and branding campaigns for emerging and industry leading companies including Ford Motor, Levi Strauss, HP and Visa International. Kim has also been interviewed by numerous print and television outlets, as well as lectured on a number of topics including design, new media and brand development.
Kim received her education in Visual Communications from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
Kim’s first car was a 1970 Chevy Nova.
Iolanda Matinhos is responsible for day-to-day operations management at Dealix, including ensuring a great customer experience with the Dealix lead supply and delivering business intelligence throughout the organization.
Most recently she was Senior Manager, Business Operations at Yahoo!, where she managed several digital properties within the Local and Communities space, including Business Listings, Flickr, etc. Prior to Yahoo!, she was Director, Business and Product Operations at Affinion Group, an affinity marketing firm. In this role, she worked on various executive-level product development and process improvement initiatives.
Matinhos received her BS in Management from Cornell University and MBA in Strategy from New York University.
Iolanda’s first car was a Saturn.
Clark Maruyama is responsible for the delivery of Dealix’s technology and IT platforms and infrastructure.
Clark brings over 20 years of experience to Dealix having worked in all aspects of engineering from tech management, quality engineering, core engineering code design and development to project management. Most recently, Maruyama managed intranet, ERP, and web portal solutions at Genomic Health. Prior, Clark led the engineering product team at Demandtec which was the company’s main revenue driver.
Maruyama holds a BS in Physics from UCLA and his MS in Computer Science from USC.
Clark’s first car was a 1967 Chevy Camaro.