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Debbie Fox appointed as new commercial director at Epyx

Debbie Fox, commercial director at Epyx

Debbie Fox has been appointed as the new commercial director at Epyx.

She replaces Tim Meadows, who has moved on within the Fleetcor group of companies to become managing director at R2C Online.

Fox will be responsible for all commercial activities at Epyx and across the 1Link family of platforms in the UK and internationally.

Her most recent role was as chief commercial officer at Click Dealer, while in recent years she has also been general manager at Athoris, fleet director at OEConnection, head of sales at EMaC and business development director at KeeResources.

She has also held positions at JATO Dynamics, CAP Motor Research, Premier Finance, Inchcape Financial Services and Lombard Business Finance in a career spanning over 30 years.

Debbie Fox, commercial director at Epyx, said: “Epyx has an enviable reputation among fleets and dealers for leading the way in innovative technology that delivers real world results, and I’m very pleased to be joining the company.

“We’re clearly at a moment in time when nearly every part of the motor industry is facing a very high degree of uncertainty and change. The challenge for companies like Epyx is to develop new and existing solutions that meet the needs of these new conditions.

“I’m looking forward to getting to know the team here and our customer base over the next few weeks, listening to the issues that they are now facing and working to create relevant answers.”

Aditya Varadpande, managing director at Epyx, said: “I am very pleased to welcome Debbie to the senior leadership team at Epyx. She has an excellent track record in the industry, and I am sure that she will quickly make a positive impact on the business.”

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