FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. and WAYNE, Pa. — Jim Maxim Jr., co-founder of MaximTrak, has completed the transition work that began with the company’s 2016 sale to RouteOne, the company announced. Maxim will remain in emeritus status and consult on company matters such as digital solutions while Imran Mussani has been confirmed to lead the Wayne, Pa., team as vice president of MaximTrak Operations.

“Not only is it an incredible honor to know that our technologies will continue to evolve and expand with the investments of RouteOne, but it is a personal comfort to leave MaximTrak in the capable hands of likeminded leaders,” Maxim said. “I know what is in the pipeline and can’t wait to see where MaximTrak’s new vision, creativity, and talent takes the industry.”

Maxim co-founded MaximTrak in 2003. The company developed a suite of award-winning tools designed to streamline the aftermarket process for dealers, aftermarket insurance providers, and OEMs. Since the 2016 acquisition, Maxim has worked with RouteOne’s executive team on a seamless product and leadership transition that will allow the overall organization to expand and enhance its service to the market and their customers, executives said.

“We are grateful for Jim’s vision, the alignment that has now come to fruition, and the opportunity that is now available to our customers,” said RouteOne CEO Justin Oesterle. “Jim will undoubtedly set the pace with his next endeavors.”

Mussani has played a “pivotal” role in the seamless integration of the RouteOne and MaximTrak solutions, including their Single Sign On process, according to the announcement. His prior experience leadership at Harley-Davidson Financial Services, GMAC/Ally Financial, and Covisint.

“Over the last 30 months, we have been impressed by the unique strategies Jim has built into MaximTrak’s solutions,” Mussani said. “The next iteration of MaximTrak is going to advance those strategies, making good on the groundwork Jim has laid, and help innovate in new areas of the industry.”

Originally posted on F&I and Showroom

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