Tractor Zoom is creating an easier shopping experience for equipment sold at auction. Our company, founded by Kyle McMahon, is bringing an innovative approach to farmers and revolutionizing the industry.
We’ve created a unique way to connect farmers and auctioneers across the world. Our solution overhauls the auction advertising process and simplifies the decision-making process for farmers, all the while increasing their inventory options.
At present, we’ve teamed up with 450+ auction companies to advertise their auctions across North America. And you know what? We’re just getting started.
What We Do
Join the Tractor Zoom Team
Tractor Zoom is growing and the sky’s the limit.
Come join us on this exciting adventure. We’re just getting started.
If you’re ready to join a nimble, forward-thinking team in the agricultural industry, you’re passionate about solving problems and improving lives, and you’re ready to take your career to the next level, you might be the perfect addition to the Tractor Zoom team.
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AdvisorsOur team of advisors play an instrumental role in driving our growth, increasing our impact and expanding our footprint.
Ken WoodyChairman of the Board of DirectorsKen is the Founder and President of Innova Memphis. He’s a US Army Veteran who served honorably as an Infantry Captain and General’s Aide. He worked for General Electric for over 16 years, serving as a VP and General Manager in its Healthcare and Capital businesses. He also served as VP of Sales for DePuy Spine, a Johnson & Johnson company, before moving to Memphis in 2004. Ken was Senior Vice-President for Global Sales with Smith and Nephew Orthopedics, in charge of Sales and Operations for this multi-billion dollar global enterprise.
Ken has a history and a passion for helping startup businesses achieve success. He founded Innova Memphis, an early-stage Venture Capital Firm, in 2007. They have raised four Funds, the most recent being Innova Ag Innovation Fund IV, investing in Rural Agricultural Technology companies. Since founding, Innova has invested in over 100 Medical Device, Healthcare, Technology and AgTech companies from their four Funds.
Doug HohnerBoard MemberDoug Hohner joined The Boston Consulting Group in 1999. He is a core member of the Industrial Goods and Marketing, Sales, and Pricing (MSP) practices, and he leads BCG's business serving business-to-business distributors Doug leads a group of specialized partners and principals in working with a range of distribution clients to develop strategy and directly drive superior performance. His background includes 15 years focused on industrial distribution businesses across all major segments including MRO (maintenance, repair, and overhaul), technology, office supplies, industrial components and aftermarket, food service, and auto parts.
Darwin MelnykAdvisorDarwin is the Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer of Farm-Op Capital. He grew up on a family farm in western Canada and has an established track record as a business leader, builder and innovator. He founded multiple software, information, and technology enabled services companies and grew them to liquidity events and delivered positive returns for shareholders. Darwin is a thought-leader on the development of information systems and decision support tools that address the unique challenges of managing complex agriculture supply chains.
Since 2006, he has led the development of Iron Solutions from trade association publisher to provider of integrated market intelligence and enterprise software services tailored for agricultural retailers. Recently, he completed the equity sale of Iron Solutions Inc. to Trimble Navigation Ltd.
He serves on the boards of Western Equipment Dealers Association, Human Talented LLC, and Missions International Inc., and speaks frequently to industry leaders on reducing risk and achieving business results with information and technology. Darwin received his undergraduate and graduate education at Friends University in Wichita, Kansas and Emory, in Atlanta, Georgia.
Tim McMahonBoard MemberTim is the Managing Director of Sorin Equity Partners III, LLC. Prior to Sorin, he was Senior Vice President of Strategy and Business Development for Dover Refrigeration and Food Equipment (DRFE), a $2.25 billion global segment of Dover Corporation. Before joining DRFE, he was EVP for Hillphoenix, the leading manufacturer of refrigeration equipment, food displays and services throughout the Americas. Tim was also EVP and a leading shareholder of Barker Company, a designer and manufacturer of custom retail food display systems.
Tim practiced mergers & acquisition and corporate law and worked in the tax department for Touché Ross. He holds both a JD and a CPA license. He graduated from the University of Notre Dame and St. Louis University School of Law. He sits on the boards of KPS Global, Barker Company, and Boulder Boat Works, and is an advisor to several private equity funds.
Dave TuckerAdvisorDave is a Technology Executive focused on helping business scale and leverage technology and people effectively as they grow. He recently completed an 11 year run at Workiva where he was the Sr. Vice-President of Technology. He has been in the technology industry for 30+ years with stints at large enterprises including Hewlett-Packard and Siemens and at startups including Workiva, Engineering Animation, and T.R.A.D.E., Inc.
At Workiva he helped to build the development organization and the Wdesk Platform for connected reporting. He is a 1986 graduate of Iowa State University and currently lives in Ames with his wife, Susan. He is active on the Board of Directors of the Technology Association of Iowa, serving as the Chair in 2017, and in general is active in the Iowa technology community through mentoring young entrepreneurs, and advising technology startups. He is also active in the Ames community as a member of the board of the Ames Economic Development Commission.