SALT LAKE CITY (July 28, 2010) – CEO of the Larry H. Miller Group of Companies, Greg Miller, announced today the appointment of Roger Miller as Chief Technology Officer and David Carr as Chief Information Officer.
“I am pleased to announce these changes to our senior management team in an effort to better streamline our business operations and, as a result, to better serve our customers,” said Greg Miller.
Roger Miller previously served as Chief Information Officer and has held various positions within the organization for 25 years. In his new role as Chief Technology Officer, Miller will focus on cutting-edge solutions that deliver exciting new customer experiences and revenue streams.
Prior positions include information technology manager at Landcar Management, where he created and implemented the first local area network and coordinated efforts toward a common chart of accounts. He also automated the Profit Improvement Analysis report system. Miller also
spearheaded systems development for Megaplex Theatres in the areas of Web ticketing, automated box offices (kiosks), gift cards and payment systems. He was responsible for systems design and development at Miller Motorsports Park, a state-of-the-art racing facility in Tooele, Utah, and implemented a radio frequency identification (RFID) system (WhereNet) that is used to track vehicle inventory at LHM auto dealerships.
Miller is a recipient of the Larry H. Miller Management Excellence Award and graduate of the Larry H. Miller Leadership Institute. He currently serves on the board of directors of Landcar Life Insurance and Landcar Casualty, and is a member of the Larry H. Miller Group of Companies governing board. He also sits on advisory boards for both Radiant Systems and Automated Data Processing (ADP) and is the chairman of the board for the Clark Planetarium.
David Carr is new to the company and as Chief Information Officer, he will focus on enterprise systems and internal company operations, process, and performance.
Prior to joining the Larry H. Miller Group of Companies, Carr held several executive roles at Omniture—managing software engineering and product development, client and professional services, company operations, IT, and corporate systems. Prior to Omniture, he was the CIO of Discovery Research Group and has also worked in technical consultant and project manager roles for startups, financial companies, and government organizations. Carr holds an MBA in Information Systems and Bachelor’s degree in Economics, both from Brigham Young University.