NADA 2020 — Las Vegas February 15–17
Webinars, white papers, guides and more on achieving dealership success.
Keep up with changing industry and customer trends with these three New Year’s resolutions: 1) be ready for the arrival of artificial intelligence in automotive retail, 2) leverage big data to better understand your customers, and 3) utilize your technology to its fullest to get a leg up on your competition.
While a lot with the industry has changed, the need to cater to customers to sell cars has remained a common denominator for dealership success. Technology can help dealers overcome today’s unique market challenges, and even accommodate selling with more precision and success than ever before in auto retail history.
Connect Mobile’s new features and more intuitive user experience are putting the power of Connect CRM in the palms of salespeople’s hands to deliver a more streamlined sales experience for customers, managers and salespeople.
We live in a world full of technological widgets. There are as many “solutions” out there as there are potential challenges, and not all of them are created equally. In automotive retail and other industries, many of these solutions deliver up fancy-looking bells and whistles that lack meaningful insights. So many technology solutions today make the path to action unclear.
In this season of Thanksgiving, we at VinSolutions want to thank you—the hard-working men and women who make dealership sales and service departments a great place to work and a great place to buy a car.
Intelligent anticipation is the key to success in auto sales. By integrating with Cox Automotive solutions, including customer data from Kelley Blue Book, Autotrader and Dealer.com, Connect Automotive Intelligence gives dealers the insights they need to identify ready-to-buy customers – before the competition can.
Technology is quickly changing in the retail industry. Are you equipped with the tools needed to give your customers a truly personalized car buying experience?
To get the most out of text marketing, your dealership’s strategy needs to be tailored according to customer preferences. If you really want texting to deliver on its promise to capture consumer attention, ask yourself these questions before pressing “send.”