By: E&P Staff
Classified ad solution developer Adicio, Carlsbad, Calif., will supply The Wall Street Journal with a vehicle configurator for the paper’s online auto service. This new free service on WSJ.com will allow car shoppers to research, compare and configure new vehicles before buying.
The online research tools provided by Adicio will allow site users to specify a car’s make and model, choose trim, colors and options, and then compare them with other vehicles. Users also can use the site to check car values and Blue Book ratings.
Adicio, which develops interactive classified advertising solutions for the career, real estate and auto markets, also announced creation of three new general manager positions to support each of those businesses.
Deep Menon was named general manager of the motors business, Lee Itzhaki is the new general manager of real estate, and Travis Fisher was hired as general manager of the careers vertical. Menon an Itzhaki are Adicio employees. Fisher joins Adicio from The San Diego Union-Tribune’s SignOnSanDiego.com.