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Now taking requests for free weekly sales reports in your area! Keep an eye on your competitors!

Now taking requests for free weekly sales reports in your area! Keep an eye on your competitors!

I am offering these reports for free so that I can get some good feedback. Tell me what state, city, or dealer you want to see and I can send you how …

How to Make (and send) VR Videos

How to Make (and send) VR Videos

After my "best idea" win at DSES (thank you again, Driving Sales!) I've got lots of messages about how to capture customers from coast to coa…

A Birthday You Do Not Want to Celebrate!

A Birthday You Do Not Want to Celebrate!

Birthdays are supposed to be a great time of the year, it's your birthday after all, no? But one Birthday you want to avoid is the vehicles on your dea…

Why Sales Needs a Dedicated Service Technician

Why Sales Needs a Dedicated Service Technician

The average time it takes to recondition a used car is 10 days. A vehicle depreciates approximately $10 per day. I’ve personally seen the process…

What is the 'Right' BDC Solution?

What is the 'Right' BDC Solution?

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Increase ROI with New Software Systems

How many times have you bought new software and were excited to unleash it on your staff only to have it be misused or mismanaged within the first month, if not sooner?

When you bought the software part of the reason you purchased it may have been the ROI that was promised by either the salesperson or the website. The thing that wasn’t brought up was how to get employee buy-in. Our next webinar will go over how to accomplish this common issue.

When a new procedure, process, or product is implemented in any industry the path to success is driven by how it is rolled out to employees. If you expect employees to be experts in a matter of weeks, or even months, then you are setting the company and employee up for failure. It is vital for you to roll out the procedure, process, or product with adequate training that is followed up weekly or bi-weekly.

Give your employees the framework they need to accelerate employee buy-in so you can get your ROI as soon as possible.

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