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One constant message we send to our customers is that your CRM is only as good as the data entered in it. The way data is captured, managed and utilized in the CRM is the key to customer acquisition and retention. So, why aren’t dealers focusing on utilizing their CRMs to generate more business from your known customer base?
Ahhhh. Leadership. Accountability. Both are concepts we are all too familiar with. Can you have one without the other? I don’t think so. Leadership is many things, and many books have been written on the topic, but I’m going to ask you to zero in on one aspect: accountability.
At the foundation of the success of our business, and our clients’ businesses, is the success our team members. Our team is made up professionals with unique experiences in and perspectives on the automotive industry, and we think our team members have insights to share that we can all learn from. This week, we’re celebrating John Evans, who will be retiring from his role as a VinSolutions corporate trainer at the end of the month.
Earlier this month, VinSolutions hosted its annual All Hands meeting, a company-wide gathering to celebrate the previous year’s success and rally behind the vision for the future. We caught up with this year’s Team Members of the Year to hear more about their year and what this recognition means to them.
Data double entry can be ghost-like. Many dealers understand it is haunting their business; maybe your software platforms aren’t integrated or your processes aren’t quite right. But many dealers fail to recognize how double entry is wreaking havoc on all areas of their business: their processes, their culture and their customers. Take these three steps and you’ll be on your way to escaping death by double entry.
Today’s most successful dealerships are no longer waiting for opportunities to come to them. These dealerships are taking a proactive approach across the business and seeing great results, but there’s one area in particular that can positively and quickly impact performance for most dealerships: proactive insights.
It should come as no surprise to dealers that our industry is in a time of transition. We’ve heard about the oncoming slump in car sales for years, and yet, its arrival still stings. With this change in the market must come a change in mindset at dealerships. As an industry, we must start being more proactive in our operations; it’s time to Go Pro.
It’s National Techies Day, a day to celebrate the technology enthusiasts in our workforce who are helping us improve our businesses and our ability to run them. Is your dealership celebrating National Techies Day? Is your dealership celebrating technology at all?