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Efficiently manage your inventory and improve customer experience

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Efficiently manage your inventory and improve customer experience
Updates-old2023-11-01T15:39:19-04:00

Automotive Inventory Management: Efficient Solutions for Dealership Space and Security

Navigating the Future of Automotive Inventory Management   In the fast-paced world of car sales, every second counts. A customer walks in with a specific model, trim, color, and options in mind. In the past, locating that particular vehicle could have been a time-consuming hassle, potentially costing you a valuable sale. Not anymore. At dealerships, where customer satisfaction is key, our

Next Level Business Intelligence for Automotive Dealerships

The late Steve Jobs said that innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower.  During this uncertain time in our world, businesses and individuals are forced to find inventive ways to stay connected and provide the support that is critical for survival. Since its inception, Connected Dealer Services (CDS) has been a leader in new car dealership lot management solutions. 

How We’re Showing Up (Virtually) for our Dealer Partners

We would like to update you on how we will be supporting you and providing continuity during the current COVID-19 outbreak. Like you, our top concern is for the safety of the people on our team, as well as yours. First of all, we’re open for business. We have made a few temporary changes during this time: Many of

Personal Connections Drives Repeat Sales

Many dealers feel they’ve made great strides in improving their customer service through hiring quality staff and better training, but that hasn’t translated into an increase in their share of visits to their service lanes. Consumers, especially millennials, are just as likely to take their vehicle to an independent general repair facility as they are to their selling dealership

Building Customer Loyalty In Marketplaces Where It’s Hard To Find

The cost to acquire a new automotive retail customer in 2015 was $633, according to the NADA Data Report, and that is about 10 times more than it does to retain an existing customer. Given the choice, most dealers would opt for keeping their existing customers happy, loyal and coming back. The far less expensive and far more attractive

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