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The CRM only works as well as the people using it. And to get your people to use the CRM, you have to implement the right processes that will allow them to do their best work. Every dealership is different, so every process should be different, but there are a couple of common mistakes we often see dealers make that are worth keeping in mind as you develop your processes.
Employee engagement in a remote or socially distant environment is no different than engaging them at any other time. It’s about building upon four key competencies.
As businesses and communities begin to reopen, a lot of questions about the best way to move forward are likely to arise for your dealership. Learn more about the virtual training and education resources we’re providing to help you answer those questions.
With all of the unique challenges your dealership might be facing today, it can be difficult to prioritize what tasks are most important. By prioritizing customers, responding appropriately, and optimizing your data for future success, you can spend time taking action that actually matters to your business.
With nine out of 10 consumers interested in communicating with businesses via text messaging, many dealerships are using texts as a way to quickly and easily connect with customers. Learn more about these dealers’ success stories.
The signs of an underutilized or underperforming CRM include poor email communication, poor lead management and poor campaign management. Find out whether your CRM is delivering for your dealership.
Dealerships are taking a good first step in generating leads and sales when they decide to invest in a CRM. However, just like any tool, a CRM is only as effective as the user behind it. Every dealership is different, but there are a couple of key indicators that can alert you that something may be amiss in your processes.
Consumers increasingly expect to be able to communicate with businesses via messaging apps, particularly Facebook. I Luckily, there’s already a tool to help you manage these customer messaging—your CRM.