George Horvat - Chief Operations Officer

As our Chief Operations Officer, George is responsible for end-to-end operations of our closely intertwined Network and Contact Center functions. George brings over 25 years of Fortune 500 experience as a results-driven executive in manufacturing, quality, and maintenance. His strong focus on collaboration, change, and innovation has produced exceptional accomplishments in strategic planning, lean optimization, M&As, P&L, price/cost management, and sales and marketing. His leadership skills are helping drive Agero’s continuing journey toward operational excellence, delivering more consistent, high quality end-to-end experiences for our consumers while building stronger relationships with our service providers.

Start Your Engines: How We’ve Revved Up for the Summer Volume Surge

April 26, 2021 | George Horvat - Chief Operations Officer

This post was developed with and co-authored by Chetan Ghai, Business Leader, Insurance Roadside, Agero. Back to “normal” is creating roadside..

 

Providing Roadside in a Pandemic

April 24, 2020 | George Horvat - Chief Operations Officer

These last few months have had an unprecedented impact on our communities, our families, our economies, and frankly, our basic sense of normalcy...

 

The Service Provider Industry Needs Our Help - An Analysis

May 23, 2019 | George Horvat - Chief Operations Officer

The future of the roadside services industry is facing significant challenges that, as an industry, we need to address. We’re taking a first major..

 

Economic Forces Impacting Tow & Roadside Operators

May 23, 2019 | George Horvat - Chief Operations Officer

Every year in the United States over 65 million drivers will experience a mechanical breakdown. This is equivalent to 1 in 3 drivers that will..

 

Remembering Tow Operators, the Forgotten First Responder, as Move Over Law Anniversary Looms

January 29, 2019 | George Horvat - Chief Operations Officer

This week marks the 25th anniversary of the day paramedic James Garcia was struck by a passing vehicle as he responded to a distress call alongside a..