Cap HPI has further strengthened its industry insight team to support its international ambitions and UK operations.
John Watts has become international senior editor LCVs and is replaced by Steven Botfield, who has previously worked for Manheim, Commercial Vehicle Auctions and IT Fleet Automotive.
Philip Buckden will lead an international team of analysts as international audit and analysis manager. He joins the business from a data scientist role at Asda.
Dylan Setterfield (pictured) moves to international senior editor forecast car values.
He joined the business in 2013. He will be replaced in the UK role by Andrew Mee, who has held a number of analysis roles in cap hpi, Lloyds TSB Autolease and Lex Autolease.
Adrian Rushmore, operations director at Cap HPI, said: “Our operation will have technology at the centre of all data activities, from collection and processing, through to delivery and the development of new applications.
“By centralising our operations in Leeds, we create an international hub that ensures our systems, coding, data collection processes, and valuation methodologies are consistent, scalable and repeatable for every country that Cap HPI enters in the coming years.”
Cap and HPI operates as part of Solera, a global provider of risk and asset management software and services to the automotive and property marketplace. Solera is active in over 75 countries across six continents.
Cap HPI provides decision support data and software solutions spanning vehicle valuation, validation, collision, mechanical repair, and total cost of ownership.