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Cap HPI appoints German car editor

Cap HPI has appointed Patrick Mayerhörmann as car editor - Germany.

Mayerhörmann will work with an international team of editors to lead analysis of Europe’s largest car market.

He has previously held senior roles in MBtech Consulting and EurotaxGlass’s.

Derren Martin, international senior car editor at Cap HPI said: “Patrick is a superb addition to the team. He brings a wealth of experience working with OEMs, retailers and the wider supply chain. He brings a view that spans automotive data and consulting services, and perhaps, more importantly, shares our passion for developing innovative digital solutions to address the challenges the industry faces.”

Mayerhörmann will work closely with all relevant areas of the German automotive market and the company’s digital teams to develop data solutions for the industry.

John Watts joined Derren Martin, Dylan Setterfield and Adrian Rushmore in senior global roles. Philip Buckden also joined the team as international analysis and audit manager.

Mayerhörmann said: “I join cap hpi at an exciting time. I believe it will change the way automotive businesses view and use data. It has placed technology at the centre of all data activities, from collection and processing, through to delivery and the development of new applications.

“The new global code provides a future-proofed platform that will unlock the ability to share vehicle data across international boundaries. This will help the industry drive innovation and growth throughout the vehicle lifecycle.”

Cap and HPI operate 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.

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