Terry Cummins has joined the Opus Intelligent Vehicle Support (IVS) division as its Chief Revenue Officer. Cummins will be responsible for the sales and go-to-market functions of Opus IVS products globally.
With more than 25 years in automotive related enterprise and SaaS software industry, Cummins has held executive and leadership positions at various companies. Previously, he served as the Chief Sales Officer at OEConnection, where he led the company’s rapid growth and helped transition OEConnection’s ownership from Providence Equity to Genstar Capital. While at OEConnection, Cummins was responsible for the development and implementation of the high-velocity, enterprise and global sales teams.
Prior to OEConnection, Cummins held top leadership positions at Dealer-FX, Oracle, Team Velocity and The Reynolds and Reynolds Company. He started his automotive career as a district manager for General Motors.
Cummins holds an undergraduate degree from Michigan State University’s Eli Broad College of Business and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of South Dakota’s Beacom School of Business.
“I am excited that Terry Cummins has joined our team,” said Brian Herron, president of Opus IVS. “Here at Opus IVS, we leverage innovative technology to deliver a broad range of remote services that focus on complex vehicle repair across many brands. In a short time, we have grown to deliver thousands of daily pre and post scans to our repair shop and MSO customers. In addition to scanning we provide remote flash programming, live diagnostic support through our support centers staffed with factory-trained master techs, and static/dynamic ADAS calibration. Our services continue to grow in approvals from OEs and insurance carriers. Terry’s sales leadership and go-to-market experience is exactly what Opus IVS needs as we scale up. With Terry on the team, we will continue our focus to deliver innovative products and services to address the needs of professional technicians working on complex, intelligent vehicles.”