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Two platforms used by an array of independent and buy-here, pay-here dealerships now work together.
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
SAN FRANCISCO - Today’s car-buying marketplace demands nothing less than a connected, personalized customer experience. Consumers want dealerships to know who they are and what their interests are, and to anticipate the types of cars and services they need. They want to reach their salesperson whenever it’s convenient for them, whether by voice, e-mail, video or text.
These expectations make it critical for a dealership to really