As CEO, Jonathan Ord sets vision and drives overall strategy for DealerSocket. Jonathan co-founded DealerSocket in 2001 to create a revolutionary model for industry niche CRM applications. Both DealerSocket and Jonathan have received many accolades including being named Best Overall Company globally in the 2008 Stevie International Business Awards, Best Management Team in the 2009 American Business Awards, and one of the Red Herring North American 100 in 2009. Additionally, Jonathan has been honored as one of the most successful young Entrepreneurs and Executives in Southern California, being honored with the 2010 Excellence in Entrepreneurship Award from the Orange County Business Journal. In 2014, Jonathan won Entrepreneur of the Year Award in Orange County.
Brad has been the driving force behind multiple efforts to design, architect and implement solutions that improve business process through the use of technology. His focus has been on delivering financial management/ERP systems, customer relationship management, and eCommerce systems in a hosted model. Brad began his career as Director of Accounting and Information Systems for Marketing Ally, an inbound/outbound call center in Provo, Utah, that consistently ranked in the nation’s Top 50 call center solutions. At Marketing Ally, Brad designed and implemented financial management tools to track and gauge financial growth.
Cameron began his career as an attorney at the California litigation firm, Ure, Campbell & Associates, where he served from 1995 to 1998. In 1998 he joined Viking Components, a $250 million computer memory design, manufacturing and sales organization with 240 employees located in offices around the globe.
Matt drives sales through a unified approach that incorporates marketing, sales and customer support. Over the last 18 years, Matt has built his career around strategic marketing and driving sales in multiple markets through an innovative and focused approach. He began his career in the pharmaceutical industry where he worked for Parke-Davis (Pfizer), Merck and Sanofi-Aventis.
Darren Harris was named DealerSocket’s Chief Accounting Officer in July of 2016. Prior to this, Darren served as Vice President of Finance and Corporate Controller since 2012. Before moving to the Finance and Accounting organization, he spent three years in consulting and sales roles within the company. Prior to joining DealerSocket, Darren was an auditor and CPA at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP.
Chad Martin was named DealerSocket’s Chief Financial Officer in July of 2016. Prior to joining DealerSocket, Chad was CFO at both P2 Energy Solutions and Pacific Pulmonary Services. He started his career in investment banking and spent a decade at Goldman Sachs, where he was an analyst in the Mergers and Acquisitions department and an Associate and Vice President in the Technology, Media and Telecom group.