Dominion DX1 adds to staff
April 10, 2014
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Dominion Powersports Solutions (DPS) is adding experienced industry professionals to its growing DX1 dealership management team.
The new members join an established team of powersports professionals who are implementing and supporting DX1, the industry’s first end-to-end business management platform. DX1 debuted earlier this year and already has been installed in dealerships across North America. It gives dealerships the unique ability to manage all parts of their business from one launchpad.
“To succeed in today's environment, dealers must spend more time running their business and less time managing their systems,” said Jeff Littlejohn, president of Dominion Powersports Solutions. “That’s why we’ve invested as much time developing and fine-tuning the installation and service aspect of DX1 as the platform itself.”
The new DX1 members include powersports veterans Mark Wilson and Brett Ernenputsch, each of whom previously worked in different areas of the industry.
Wilson worked for a number of years with Maxxis International, helping build the brand’s industry tire sales. He also is a former off-road motorcycle racer, having competed in enduro and motocross events. In his new position, Wilson will be the Customer Support Manager for DX1. He will be part of a team that provides training and support based on each dealer’s need, ensuring each store’s unique business model is taken into account.
Ernenputsch, a Navy veteran, attended Motorcycle Mechanics Institute and later worked at Harley-Davidson dealerships in Arizona. Now, he will be serving as a business analyst for the growing DX1 team. Ernenputsch will be working out of the DX1’s West Coast offices.