GPS Industries (GPSI) – the leading provider of telematics and fleet tracking technology for low speed vehicles (LSVs) – has appointed Tim Dunlap as its new Chief Operating Officer.
Dunlap, an industry veteran with more than 20 years operations experience, comes to GPSI from ClubCorp. He joined the Dallas-based owner-operator of more than 200 facilities when it purchased Sequoia Golf in 2014. During Dunlap’s tenure as COO of Sequoia, it grew from a start-up managing seven facilities in Georgia to more than 55 across the U.S. Prior to his time with Sequoia, he spent a decade increasing revenues and spearheading expense-management initiatives for a variety of properties operated by American Golf Corporation.
“I am very excited to join the GPSI team and assist with the company’s future growth,” says Dunlap, who holds a degree in marketing from Long Beach State University where he was also a member of the golf team. “I look forward to utilizing my 20 years of management knowledge and sharing GPSI’s many benefits.”
“In Tim we have found a proven leader and operator who is a strong advocate for the ‘voice of the customer,'” says Ben Porter, CEO of GPSI. “His presence on our executive team will help us continue to develop our business solutions platform that drives revenues and reduces expenses for fleet operators.”
With its Visage Connectivity Solutions™ platform, GPS Industries’ devices and custom software solutions allow its clients to track, control and deliver content to their fleets. Tracking more than 50,000 vehicles in over 50 countries, and with offices in Austin, Texas; Great Britain; Hong Kong; Sarasota, Fla; and Sydney, GPS Industries has become one of the largest vehicle fleet tracking providers in the world
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