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ThreeClix appointed Nick Owens as vice president of technology.

Owens is responsible for directing the technology staff, as well as the design, engineering and deployment of the ThreeClix real-time response system.

Formerly with Channel Blade, Owens is credited as the original author of the Footsteps application. After eight years, he left the company to co-develop new software utilizing Red Oak's communication engine that would better meet the needs of dealers.

"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 a statement. "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."

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