Venture Capital & Emerging Growth

SA&M Client AutoVitals Receives Investment from Tritium Partners and Appoints Software Veteran as CEO

By November 1, 2019 No Comments

autovitalsStubbs Alderton & Markiles client AutoVitals, a leading provider of SaaS solutions to automotive repair and maintenance shops, has announced a strategic growth investment from Tritium Partners. The investment will provide significant resources to expand and enhance their unique The Digital Shop® offerings to a growing base of shop owners looking to benefit from improved auto-repair-center workflow, motorist engagement and retention, and increased customer acquisition and revenue per visit. To help lead this exciting next phase of growth, Jon Belmonte has joined as CEO to work closely with AutoVitals’ founder Uwe Kleinschmidt and a passionate organization focused on serving automotive shops.

To read the full press release visit here.

Stubbs Alderton attorneys representing AutoVitals in this matter were Caroline Cherkassky, Andrew Sahn, Jonathan Sanabria, and Joseph Stubbs. 

About AutoVitals
AutoVitals is the leading provider of integrated software solutions for managing automotive shop workflow, internet marketing, and motorist engagement. The company’s solutions automate every touchpoint of the vehicle repair transaction with motorists and enable efficient shop management. AutoVitals’ platform includes digital inspections, automated service reminders, consumer engagement, repair status updates, POS integration, educational videos, sales-to-technician communication, and real-time integration to repair data/POS. Learn more at www.autovitals.com.

For more information about our Venture Capital & Emerging Growth Practice contact Caroline Cherkassky at ccherkassky@stubbsalderton.com.