Thatcham Research is pleased to announce the appointment of Miller Crockart as Chief Revenue Officer. In this newly created role, Miller will be responsible for revenue generation and developing strategic partnerships to support Thatcham Research’s increasingly ambitious research agenda. Miller will report to Jonathan Hewett, Chief Executive.
Jonathan Hewett comments: “Miller joins us at a pivotal time as changes accelerate across the automotive, mobility and insurance markets. Thatcham Research’s role in providing insight and intelligence to help insurers, vehicle manufacturers and governments to plot a course through automated and connected vehicles, electrification and regulatory change has never been more important. Miller’s appointment will strengthen our leadership team to ensure that we remain at the forefront of automotive research.”
Miller joins from HORIBA MIRA where he was Chief Commercial Officer. Prior to this, he spent seven years in Germany as Global Vice President for Sales & Marketing, and a management board member, at the PTV Group software and data house, which was acquired by Porsche Automobil Holdings SE in 2017.
Thatcham Research is the independent voice of automotive safety, security & repair, advising motorists, insurers and vehicle manufacturers to help reduce accident frequency, severity and costs and to realise the vision of ‘Safer cars, fewer crashes’, while driving standards in vehicle security.
As well as its world leading crash and track research, Thatcham Research develops repair methods amongst a number of other products and services within the collision repair industry for insurers, motor manufacturers, equipment manufacturers and suppliers.
In addition, Thatcham Research has administered the Association of British Insurer’s (ABI) Group Rating system for the past 50 years. Group Rating is an advisory system intended to provide insurers with the relative risk of private cars and light commercial vehicles.
A founder member of the international Research Council for Automobile Repairs (RCAR), Thatcham Research has also been a member of the European New Car Assessment Programme (Euro NCAP) since 2004.