Meet DealerSocket's
BRIDGET TOWNSEND

Careers - Bridget’s Story
 Show A Little Hospitality
Bridget’s Story
Show A Little Hospitality
Bridget's has had a diverse career, starting in software at a prominent retail company—MICROS—now owned by Oracle. She moved to the automotive space in 2000, joining Chrome Systems as a developer, and transitioned from leading tech initiatives to business ones as Director of Engineering and Product. In 2009, Bridget became General Manager of Dealertrack's inventory business—and went on to manage revenue generation initiatives in the automotive tech sector—inventory, websites, CRM, dealer trade, chat, and transportation.
Careers - What Bridget Does
 Vice President of Vendor Management
What Bridget Does
Vice President of Vendor Management
Bridget manages a team of people who negotiate contracts for the company and analyze the overall performance of DealerSocket's vendor relationships. On any given day, she and her team are negotiating new contracts, reviewing opportunities for cost efficiencies in the company, and working with internal and external stakeholders to address needs and opportunities in order to expand and improve relationships and processes.
 
 
“At DealerSocket, if you see something that needs to get done, you can go ahead and take the initiative to make that happen.”
 
“At DealerSocket, if you see something that needs to get done, you can go ahead and take the initiative to make that happen.”
 
 
“Come to DealerSocket with a firm understanding of your values. If you’re an honest, hard-working person with integrity who can solve problems, that’s going to be a great asset here.”
 
“Come to DealerSocket with a firm understanding of your values. If you’re an honest, hard-working person with integrity who can solve problems, that’s going to be a great asset here.”