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Changing Places

ADP Lightspeed, a Utah-based provider of dealer management systems, announced that vice president/general manager Gregory Smith will direct the company's operations. Smith replaces Laurn Rice, who will direct sales operations within the company.

Smith was previously the head of the ADP Dealer Services Business Intelligence unit.

In his 30-year business career, Smith has held executive positions in operations, marketing, sales, strategy, parts and service, training and supply chain management for automotive manufacturer and technology companies. At ADP Dealer Services, he has led strategic development and marketing and formed a business intelligence unit to help dealer and manufacturer clients improve performance and profitability.

As vice president/general manager, Smith leads more than 100 associates who develop, install, train and support a range of dealership services, including websites, CRM, finance products and integrated network phones.

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