Blogs

Why One-Man Dealerships Need a CRM as Much as the Big Guys

September 2, 2019| Zach Klempf

Independent dealers are facing tougher competition than ever before. 

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11 Common Auto Dealer Compliance Mistakes

July 1, 2019| Zach Klempf
With sales and marketing initiatives and day-to-day operations, you have a lot on your plate. Who has time to consider every nitty-gritty compliance detail?
 
But think about it this way: do you have a couple million dollars to spare over an accidental leak of client data or unsolicited text messages sent from a rogue salesperson?
 
Compliance laws and requirements can be a headache, but there’s a high price to pay for...
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The Lean Dealership: A New Framework for Independent Dealers

March 4, 2019| Zach Klempf

 

 
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TCPA and Text Messaging: Are Your Dealership’s Texts Up to Code?

January 31, 2019| Zach Klempf

Could your auto dealership bounce back from a $2.5 million mistake?

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5 Fundamentals of Sales Success for Independent Dealerships

January 25, 2019| Zach Klempf

What keeps you up at night about your business?

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Why Independent Dealers Need an Automotive CRM

December 12, 2018| Zach Klempf

 

 
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Why it’s time your used car lot invested in a CRM & ILM solution

July 10, 2018| Zach Klempf

What to look out for in 2018 - Car-as-a-Service, Digital Retail, and Customer Experience

March 18, 2018| Zach Klempf

 

 
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CRM a Key Component of Digital Dealership Model

May 22, 2017| Zach Klempf

Competition in the used vehicle business is stronger than ever, and it’s coming from all sides.Hundreds of millions of dollars in venture capital has been invested into online sales platforms like Carvana and Vroom. General Motors is selling vehicles direct to the public through its GM Factory Collection. Utility models of transportation are weakening America’s long love a air with car ownership. Car-buying consumers do most

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The Automotive Industry Will Be REDLINED With Disruption in 2017

February 23, 2017| Zach Klempf

President Trump, autonomous vehicles, and digital retailing will be in the driver’s seat for automotive disruption in 2017. The old guards of the industry continue to be challenged by new start-ups with totally bleeding edge business models. Merger and Acquisition activity in the auto space has been white hot according to Frazer McCombs Auto Ventures Summit. In the past 2 years, there have been 47 major equity transactions and

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