We’ve been a leader in the automotive auction industry since 1982 with a live auction model and global marketplace that connects sellers’ vehicles with the buyers who need them. When we’re off the auction block, we cultivate relationships in the communities where we live and work.
We’ve been around for quite a while, and we love what we do. IAA has been a trusted partner of insurance companies, fleet and rental firms, financing companies, auto dealers and the general public since 1982. Today, our headquarters reside just outside of Chicago in Westchester, Illinois. We’ve built more than 170 corporate-owned auctions across the U.S. and Canada with plans to continue to expand and grow.
Connecting buyers with the vehicles they need is an effort that starts at the top and carries through to our entire company. These are the individuals who set the tone.
John W. Kett is CEO and president of IAA, the leading live and live-online salvage auto auction company and a business unit of KAR Auction Services, Inc. (NYSE: KAR). He has helped IAA grow into an international company, nearly tripling its corporate-owned auction facilities with approximately $1.2 billion in annual revenue. IAA has become known in the industry as a leader in technology, analytics and operational performance. John was named President in 2011 and added the CEO role in May of 2014, and has assumed a variety of executive roles since joining the company in 2001. In February 2018, KAR announced that IAA will be spun off into an independent public company with Mr. Kett as the future CEO. Formerly, Mr. Kett served as Senior VP of Planning and Business Development and CFO. He sits on the national board of directors for SkillsUSA and was awarded the prestigious Pat Dalton Outstanding Achievement Award at the 52nd Annual SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference. Additionally, he serves on a committee for CEO Connection. John has held senior financial roles at Central Steel and Wire Co., Safelite Glass Corporation, Newark Electronics and Deloitte LLP. He received a master’s degree from Northwestern University and a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Northern Illinois University.
Tim O’Day is the Chief Operating Officer for Insurance Auto Auctions, Inc. after serving as the company’s Senior Vice President of Finance. He brings nearly 30 years of finance, operations and general management expertise to the IAA team. Tim joined IAA in 2015 as the Senior Vice President of Finance at IAA. Prior to his arrival, he worked for nine years as COO and then CFO for MedSpeed, the leading national healthcare transportation and logistics provider. Tim earned his bachelor’s degree in business from Indiana University.
Sidney L. Kerley is Senior Vice President and General Counsel for Insurance Auto Auctions, Inc., where he leads general legal affairs, including SEC compliance and filings, mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance and litigation. His team works in concert with state and federal governments to facilitate legislation and regulation that ensures responsible business conduct and drives healthy expansion of the industry. Sidney received his M.B.A. from Northwestern University's Kellogg Graduate School of Management, his J.D. from Vanderbilt University School of Law and his bachelor’s degree from Auburn University.
Jeanene O’Brien is Senior Vice President of Global Marketing and Buyer Development at Insurance Auto Auctions, Inc., where she leads all marketing efforts, including branding, public relations, advertising, market research, sales-enablement and event programs. She analyzes and reports business and economic trends that impact the salvage industry, aligning IAA’s expertise and leadership. Jeanene is a member of the Women’s Industry Network and holds a bachelor’s degree in English from the College of Wooster (Ohio). She earned her master’s degree in market research and advertising from Loyola University Chicago's Quinlan School of Business.
John D. Krupnik is Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer for Insurance Auto Auctions, Inc.. He leads IAA’s award-winning business technology team along with managing a hybrid auction platform, all software development, information services functions, computer operations and telecommunications. Under John’s leadership, IAA was recognized by InformationWeek Elite 100 – a list of the top business technology innovators in the U.S. John holds a bachelor's degree in accounting from Eastern Michigan University.
Terry Daniels is the Managing Director of Impact Auto Auctions, Inc., where he leads global market development and salvage management services for the IAA subsidiary in Canada. Terry served as the COO of Impact from 2000 to 2002, and again from 2004 until he took over the Managing Director role in 2006. Prior to joining Impact, he was the IT Manager at ADESA Canada (1998-2000) and later was ADESA’s CIO (2002-2003). Terry has significant experience in a wide variety of IT- and operations-related fields, including mining, retail and the Canadian public sector. A graduate of Fanshawe College in London, Ontario, Terry has also served as a board member with the AASC.
With a talented team of more than 2,700+ employees, IAA is committed to providing customers with the highest level of service in the industry. Our live and live-online auctions are at the core of our business, but our capabilities extend much further. For the benefit of our customers, we continue to develop new solutions for the industry every day.
Over the years, we've worked with organizations from nearly every corner of the automotive industry and beyond. These mutually beneficial partnerships help bring more vehicles to our auctions, expand our buyer base and aid the surrounding communities.
At IAA, our mission statement is in our DNA. Our core values have shaped our past and will guide our future. Above all else, we are committed to providing nothing less than excellence in being the auction company of choice.
We keep track of the industry beyond the auction lanes, monitoring global economic news, key trends and insightful data. Check back here often for the latest on IAA and the automotive auction world.
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October 16th, 2018 9:58 PM
💪💪 Not 1 but 2 Military Hummer with clear titles Orlando North (FL) branch will have for auction tomorrow (17th)! For more details, click here: http://bit.ly/2RTWIyr ☑️ 1989 Hummer - http://bit.ly/2RTWIyr ☑️ 1992 Hummer - http://bit.ly/2RTWIyr
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Check out this 2010 Porsche Cayenne that's up for auction this Thursday (18th) at our IAA Ignite Auction Portage, WI branch. More info can be found at: http://bit.ly/2Oj4aoN
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Putting people in places where they can succeed is how we move forward as a company. For every position, we find a candidate with the right skill set to place at one of our nationwide network of branches. We also offer competitive benefits and opportunities for professional development. For more information, including current openings, visit our LinkedIn page or click below.
From insurance companies and rental firms to auto dealers and parts recyclers, IAA has been a trusted partner for selling and buying vehicles since 1982. Today, our headquarters reside just outside of Chicago in Westchester, Illinois. We’ve established more than 170 corporate-owned auctions across the U.S. and Canada with plans to continue to expand and grow.
With a talented team of more than 2,700 employees, IAA is committed to providing customers with the highest level of service in the industry. We place special emphasis on nurturing strategic partnerships and transforming our product offering to be much more than a salvage auction. From our line of Total Loss Solutions products that help speed up the claim settlement process to developing a global marketplace that connects buyers to the right vehicles to leveraging our business model to turn donated vehicles into funding for charities, IAA is always innovating to provide comprehensive service solutions.
Whether you’re a vehicle buyer or seller, you’ll find the solutions you need to make the most of your auction experience. That’s why we’re the leading experts on the global vehicle marketplace.
Since our founding nearly four decades ago, we've been driving the automotive auction industry. We facilitate the efficient selling and purchasing of vehicles from a variety of resources, including insurance carriers, rental car and fleet lease companies, dealerships and more.
We're proud to be part of an auction family of companies like none other. Spearheaded by KAR Auction Services – a Fortune 1000 company – this family of auction companies provides customers holistic, world-class experience, whether they're buying vehicles or selling them. IAA works particularly closely with fellow auction companies ADESA and HBC Vehicle Services, as well as financing provider AFC. Today, this enterprise boasts nearly 18,000 employees in four countries.
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Westchester, IL 60154
2040 E. Algonquin Rd. Suite 501
Schaumburg, IL 60173
69 Hinckley Rd.
Clinton, ME 04927
69 Hinckley Rd.
Clinton, ME 04927
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