About

Inside Xtime

The leading retention solution for the retail automotive industry, increasing retention for OEMs and dealerships by delivering a premium customer experience.

The Integrated Solution for the Ultimate Service Experience

Xtime increases customer retention by transforming the ownership experience for automotive manufacturers and dealership service departments, thus increasing customer satisfaction while boosting dealer revenue and profitability. Xtime is committed to delivering the experience consumers demand – one that emphasises value, convenience and trust.

Xtime is a Cox Automotive™ brand, which is a subsidiary of Cox Enterprises, Inc. Cox Automotive is transforming the way the world buys, sells and owns cars with industry-leading digital marketing, wholesale and e-commerce solutions from a host of brands worldwide.

Success

Xtime books 44 million service appointments and processes 120 million repair orders annually. Twenty-five global OEMs have chosen Xtime to drive that same type of success for their businesses, converting $9 billion in service revenue per year for more than 7,600 dealerships across three continents.

Data based on Xtime dealers as of Q3 2016.

Leadership

Paul Whitworth

SVP, DMS & Fixed Operations

Paul Whitworth is the Sr. Vice President, DMS and Fixed Operations at Cox Automotive – Retail Solutions Group. In this position, Paul has responsibility for Dealer Management System (DMS), the baseline software system for dealership efficiency, and Xtime, an industry-leading dealer vehicle service and repair scheduling platform.Paul’s background in strategic planning, market research, and brand development play an essential role in helping DMS and Xtime work more closely together, while maintaining their distinct brands and strategies.

Prior to his current role, Paul served as Vice President of Business Operations for Retail Solutions at Cox Automotive. As Vice President, he helped lead the formation and integration of Cox Automotive’s Retail Solutions group following multiple acquisitions including, VinSolutions, Xtime and Dealertrack.

Prior to joining Cox Automotive, Paul served in a number of automotive strategy and technology management roles. He was the Director of Strategic Planning at Hyundai Motor America and the VP of the Information Services group at Reynolds and Reynolds. He has also built a number of successful start-up companies. Paul started his career as an analyst and strategy consulting project manager for J.D. Power and Associates and Accenture.

Paul received his Bachelor of Arts and Science. in Engineering from the University of Toronto and Master of Science degrees in Engineering and Technology Policy from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Favorite Classic Car: VW Corrado Super Charged G60

Adam Galper

CTO

As Chief Technology Officer, Adam Galper has overseen the evolution of the Xtime platform from inception to market domination. He has led the build-out of multiple generations of Xtime applications and currently focuses on the company’s extensive integration collaborations with data and content providers worldwide.

Prior to Xtime, Adam co-founded two other venture-backed enterprise software startups, which were acquired by Oracle and Microsoft. He has nearly 30 years of product development experience–defining, designing, architecting and coding–in government, life sciences, high-tech manufacturing and automotive retail.

Adam obtained his undergraduate degree from Yale College in Computer Science and Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry. His graduate degree is from Stanford University in Biomedical Informatics.

Favorite Classic Car: 1978 Chevrolet Caprice Classic

Gary Martin

COO & General Manager

As Chief Operating Officer & General Manager, Gary Martin plans and executes go-to-market strategies to ensure Xtime products are positioned, sold and deployed successfully.

Previously, Gary served as President of Xtime International, responsible for building Xtime’s product offering abroad. He is also the former Chief Executive Officer of Infomedia Ltd, an Australian public company that provides solutions for the automotive parts and services sector. He served various roles within the company before being appointed as CEO in 2005, including International Sales Director, General Manager and Director. Gary’s wide range of industry expertise extends beyond automotive technology. Prior to Infomedia, he held management roles within franchised dealer groups.

Favorite Classic Car: 1967 MGB

Adam Springer

SVP, Engineering

As Senior Vice President of Engineering, Adam Springer leads Xtime’s product direction, software development and SaaS operations. Since joining Xtime in 2011, he has more than quadrupled the size of his organization, while establishing world-class product management, architecture, business intelligence and operations teams. Adam’s focus is to deliver the best solution to the automotive industry, serving vehicle owners, dealers and manufacturers.

Before joining Xtime, Adam was SVP of Engineering at Dorado Corporation (acquired by CoreLogic), a financial Services SaaS solutions provider to tier-one banks. Prior to Dorado, Adam was VP of R&D for Enterprise Engines Inc. (acquired by QAD), a pioneer in cloud-based ERP. Adam also served as Director of Professional Services for GemStone Systems, Inc., a Java application server company active in many industries including manufacturing, financial services, healthcare, logistics, power and telecommunications. Adam is co-author of the Object Database Standard ODMG 2.0 and holds US Patent 7,853,464 – Dynamic Workflow Architectures for Loan Processing. His teams have won the 2014 Oracle Excellence Awards for Fusion Middleware Innovation in the Big Data and Business Analytics Category and the 2014 Telematics Update Best Automotive Application award.

Adam holds bachelor’s degrees in Computer Science and Economics from the University of California at San Diego. In his spare time he enjoys soccer, the guitar, and being a shade tree mechanic.

Favorite Classic Car: 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO

Chris Ice

VP, Product Marketing

As Vice President of Product Marketing, Chris Ice utilizes his product, industry and technical insights to shape product definition, refine product positioning and messaging and orchestrate go-to-market strategies for the various Xtime product lines.

Chris has spearheaded several key leadership roles ranging from Engineering to Product Management and, most recently, Product Solutions. Chris has over 20 years of software and IT experience in such diverse industries as defense and aerospace, industrial automation, transportation and logistics, professional services, networking and automotive.

Chris received his degree in Manufacturing Engineering from Bradley University, and is active in restoration and racing of vintage sports cars, racecars and motorcycles.

Favorite Classic Car: 1973 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS

Jim Roche

SVP, Marketing & Managed Services

As Senior Vice President of Marketing & Managed Services, Jim Roche is responsible for brand positioning and utilization of Xtime Invite.

Jim brings over 30 years of automotive high-tech leadership experience. Previously, Jim was founder and Chief Executive Officer of AutoPoint, where he was the visionary and driving force behind the development of the industry’s first multichannel marketing platform, its adoption by hundreds of dealers and its subsequent acquisition by SRS. While at SRS, AutoPoint experienced rapid growth; Welsh Carson Anderson & Stowe acquired SRS in 2013.

Prior to AutoPoint, Jim was CEO of Ocentrix Inc., which developed a modern technology automotive dealership management system. Jim has also served as Vice President of Product Management at Autobytel, where he oversaw the Autobytel product portfolio and drove the development of the RPM CRM platform, and as Senior Vice President of Operations at Newgen during the company’s rapid growth to over 5,000 dealerships and its 1999 IPO. While at Newgen, Jim oversaw the creation of the automotive industry’s first web-based on-demand marketing tool, Carabunga.com.

Jim is a public speaker and has published numerous articles on automotive technology and CRM. He also occasionally plays bass guitar with some guys in a garage.

Favorite classic car: 1963 Corvette Stingray Coupe

John Grace

SVP, Production & Support

John Grace joined Xtime in January 2011 as Vice President, Production and Support. John brings nearly 20 years of high-tech operations and support experience to this position.

Prior to Xtime, John was VP, Operations for Tastingroom.com, where he developed a patent-pending anaerobic wine decanting system. Before that, John was a member of the executive staff of the Location-Services Division of Autodesk and for nearly eight years played a critical role in the growth and expansion of the division, delivering middleware and application solutions to wireless telecommunications companies. John was responsible for managing SaaS solutions and Customer Premises Equipment processing hundreds of billable transactions per second and delivering service levels of 99.9% and 99.999%, respectively. At Autodesk, John was also responsible for providing 24/7 support to both domestic and international customers. John has extensive experience with pre-IPO start-ups, as well as with more established companies in all phases of technical and business management.

John has a master’s degree from Purdue University and a bachelor’s degree from the California State University.

Favorite Classic Car: 1962 Chevrolet Chevy ll Nova Convertible

Warren Webermin

SVP, Strategic Accounts & Business Development

As Senior Vice President of Strategic Accounts & Business Development, Warren Webermin is responsible for leading Xtime’s strategic sales and enterprise efforts.

Warren has a wealth of management and business development experience in diverse disciplines, including strategic planning, operations, negotiations, global sales and customer service. Prior to joining Xtime, Warren held several executive positions ranging from full P&L responsibility to ownership of key business goals and objectives. Past roles include President of SPX Valley Forge, VP of Global Accounts for Snap-on Business Solutions and VP of Business Development and Corporate Officer for TechTeam Global.

Warren holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Wayne State University and has additional degrees in Psychology and Information Technology. Outside of Xtime, he enjoys golfing, fishing and spending time with family in his home state of Michigan.

Favorite Classic Car: 1957 Chevy Corvette

Corey Roberts

SVP, Sales

As Senior Vice President of Sales, Corey Roberts is responsible for driving direct-to-dealer sales strategies, increasing sales operational efficiencies and accelerating market growth.

Corey has held numerous sales and marketing leadership positions around the world, contributing to significant growth in market share and profitability. Prior to joining Xtime, Corey was VP of Global Sales and Marketing at Snap-on Business Solutions. Under his guidance, the company became the number one provider of Electronic Parts Catalogs (EPCs) to the world’s automotive, construction and agricultural equipment manufacturers and their dealership networks. Momentum continues today as more than 125,000 unique monthly subscribers utilize this essential sales and service retention solution.

Corey earned his bachelor’s from the St. Mary’s College of Maryland. He also enjoys golf and seafood.

Favorite Classic Car: 1967 Corvette




Trademarks & Patents

Xtime and the Xtime logo are registered trademarks, and Xtime Spectrum is a trademark of Xtime, Inc., in the United States and other countries.

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