Whocanfixmycar.com appoints Lacey Hewison as its new strategic network operations director
Updated December 4, 2018
Earlier in the week, WhoCanFixMyCar.com officially appointed Scs and House of Fraser’s Lacey Hewison as its new strategic network operations director.
A Report by an online garage marketplace states that Hewison would “elevate the business ahead operationally and guide it to its next phase of growth,” after working for a couple of years as House of Frazer’s head of operational improvements and also the parent company, ScS Ltd.
Previously Hewison has also spent six years working at Northgate plc, where she reached the position of UK facilities manager.
In a recent statement released by WhoCanFixMyCar.com, the company announced that it now connects over 11,600 garages and repair centers with drivers all over the UK, processing more than 170,000 quotes through their site in a month for their one million users.
The Co-founder of WhoCanFixMyCar.com, Ian Griffiths stated that Hewison would bring “unparalleled operational expertise” to the business.
Griffiths further added “As the main marketplace increasingly generates interaction between driver and garage that come up to nearly more than 200k quotes per calendar month and constantly expands the service plans and supply chain, appointing Hewison was a no-brainer, we are extremely thrilled to know her knowledge and see how her enthusiasm will elevate the entire business.”
Commenting on the appointment Hewison went on to say “At first, the scale and huge potential of both the businesses as well as the marketplace are what pulled me towards WhoCanFixMyCar.com, and also the enthusiasm of Ian and AI who were the co-founders.”
She further went on to say that the business is entering an exciting new face of growth, transformation, and diversification and was extremely delighted to be a part of the team.
Further adding to her statement she, “ The business has grown from strength to strength with a smaller team as part of the growth strategy, my immediate move is to make sure that we move ahead with highly optimized processes and an operationally savvy grounding.”
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