John Bunting Appointed CEO Of Rev Parts Management Software

Rev Parts Management Software Appoints CEO

John Bunting is responsible for the unified direction Rev has taken to serve the automotive aftermarket.

John Bunting, CEO Of Rev Parts Management Software

Rev Parts Management Software has announced that as of Dec. 1, John Bunting, COO of Rev Parts Management Software, has stepped forward and accepted the position of CEO for the company.

Bunting has been with the company since its early days in 2011 when it was still in its beta stage.

He was largely responsible for training the superior support and implementation team members that make Rev what it is today, and his experience in the automotive sector, both with suppliers and installers, has allowed him to lead the Rev team into its current state of growth.

“He is responsible for the unified direction Rev has taken to serving the Automotive Aftermarket and will continue to follow the mentality that the customer comes first,” the company said in a news release. “Given his years of proven performance as the COO, the board of directors are confident their decision to have him fill the role of CEO will prove invaluable in pushing Rev Parts into a bright future.”

As Rev moves into its next phase of growth facilitated by its recent rebranding, it was only logical that someone with years of industry experience and in-depth knowledge of the product should take the reins.

“Spurring the company into its next wave of development, Bunting will continue Rev’s direction of disruptive and innovative technology and solutions,” the company said. “Always an early adaptor to technology and trends within the aftermarket, Buntings habits of embracing change and staying ahead of the curve have served Rev’s direction well in the past and undoubtedly will continue to do so.”

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