DriveCam Inc. Appoints Doug Clemmans, Vice President, Worldwide Sales


SAN DIEGO – DriveCam Inc., a global Driver Risk Management (DRM) company, announced today that it has appointed Doug Clemmans to the newly created position of vice president, worldwide sales.

Clemmans joins DriveCam with nearly 20 years experience in the sales and marketing of high-tech products. In addition, he has extensive and practical experience in selling, as well as building and leading successful sales organizations. He gained senior-level sales and management experience with industry leaders including SAP America, Siebel Systems and Dun & Bradstreet, as well as venture-capital-backed start-ups. While at SAP America, Clemmans held the role of senior vice president of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) sales, where he was responsible for managing the national sales team that grew revenue by 230 percent and firmly established SAP as the market leader for CRM. He also managed sales for Siebel Systems, where he successfully launched the telecommunications vertical and grew revenue to over $100 million during his tenure.

His most recent role was as executive vice president and chief marketing officer for TeleTech Holdings, a $1.5 billion business process-outsourcing form. Previously, Clemmans held vice president of sales positions at two start-ups, Apriso and HeyAnita, and worked for Infinium Software. He is an advisor to two VC-backed companies, Newmerix and NewsGator.

“I’m excited to join DriveCam and the DRM industry,” stated Clemmans. “I am passionate about driver safety and look forward to expanding DriveCam’s reach beyond its current client base. Safety needs to be a priority for every company with drivers and every consumer who takes to the road – whether in the United States or around the world. With road traffic crashes killing 1.2 million people a year, we need to ensure that there is a better way to educate and train people to be safer drivers.”

About DriveCam Inc.
DriveCam is a global Driver Risk Management company that reduces claims costs and saves lives by improving the way people drive. By combining sight and sound, expert analysis and driver coaching, DriveCam has reduced vehicle damages, workers’ compensation and personal injury costs by more than 50 percent in over 80,000 commercial and government vehicles. DriveCam has the world’s largest repository of events reflecting actual risky driving behaviors. In 2007, Inc. magazine included DriveCam on its list of the 500 fastest-growing, privately held companies in the U.S. for the third consecutive year. For more information, visit