AutoGravity names former Fandango exec as VP of product management

IRVINE, Calif. - 

As AutoGravity continues to build its roster of OEM captive clients, the FinTech firm specializing in mobile auto financing availability strengthened its executive team, as well.

The latest personnel announcement included AutoGravity appointing Meesh Pierce as vice president of product management.

“Meesh is a seasoned leader with deep expertise in building industry-changing products. And with her understanding of emerging technologies and agile development, she's the perfect fit for our team,” said Andy Hinrichs, chief executive officer of AutoGravity. “With her track record of driving innovation across industries, Meesh will lead our product team to evolve our platform and help connect AutoGravity with more car buyers across the nation.”

Prior to joining AutoGravity, Pierce served as VP of product management at Fandango. There, she was responsible for planning and managing cross-business platforms, collaborating with business and technical stakeholders, and supporting Fandango's core data, content, customer authentication and global payment systems.

Before her role at Fandango, Pierce spent more than 10 years as a product, strategy and marketing consultant across a variety of industries and brands, including Epson America, Energy & Power Solutions, luxury hospitality and luxury real estate private equity.

“AutoGravity is uniquely positioned to transform the way millions of consumers buy and finance their cars,” Pierce said. “The disruption and sea changes that have begun in the automotive industry mirror the innovation we’ve seen across the energy sector, travel and entertainment industries.

Meesh Pierce

“I'm grateful for the opportunity to bring together consumers, lenders and dealers to realize AutoGravity’s potential to revolutionize the car buying experience through its technical product offerings and impressive team,” she went on to say.

Back in December, AutoGravity selected a new chief technology officer in a move that came before landing relationships with the captives for Audi and Nissan.

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