The top sales executive at Covisint has resigned after just seven months with the online automotive exchange.
Daron Gifford resigned Tuesday as Covisint's executive vice president of global sales and marketing.
Covisint spokesman Dan Jankowski said Wednesday that he had no details about Gifford's resignation or where Gifford went. Gifford came to the trade exchange from the Detroit office of New York consulting firm Deloitte Consulting, where he was a partner and global director of Deloitte's automotive practice.
Covisint, created by the Big 3 in February 2000, is struggling to become profitable. CEO Kevin English has vowed that the exchange will turn a profit later this year.
Gifford joined Covisint in November, replacing Jacqui Dedo, who left after just eight months on the job.