“Auto/Mate is Back and Has Plans to Grow Larger” – Mike Esposito | Bridge the Online Experience to an Easy In-Store Conversation

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On today’s CBT Newscast for Thursday, April 12th, 2018:

Newscast“Auto/Mate is Back and Has Plans to Grow Larger” – Mike Esposito
Auto/Mate is back and has plans to grow larger and better than before according to the company’s longtime Chief Executive Officer and President. This news comes after an eleven-month log back and forth waiting period resulting in Auto/Mate remaining an independent company and they could not be more excited about the future. To learn more, we spoke with Mike Esposito, the CEO and President of Auto/Mate, and it’s clear that the company is ready to take charge in 2018 and continue to deliver quality DMS solutions for the nation’s dealers. Watch Now

NewscastBridge the Online Experience to an Easy In-Store Conversation – KBB
Developing context for a vehicle’s price is important and a must-have for car buyers. Here to discuss that further is Michael Wulf, Vice President of Product at Kelley Blue Book, who says there is a way for dealers to leverage the KBB brand and trust all while bridging the gap from online to the showroom. Watch Now

DealershipDealership Harassment Claims – A Ticking Time Bomb That You Don’t Want to Explode
The recent wave of sexual harassment claims should be of concern in any type of business, but this trend represents a particular wake-up call to the auto industry.  If you’ve been paying attention to media accounts you’ve probably noticed that there have been an inordinate number of allegations of harassment against auto dealers over the past decade or so. Read More

newscastOptimizing Profit in the Body Shop
The body shop or collision repair industry has slightly diminished, however there are still new shops entering the fray to get their share of the revenue that is out there. The way the insurance companies deal with these repairs has made it harder for new car dealerships to want to stay in the business. New technology enables customers to send pictures and receive a check, by passing the repair process all together.  Only two out of five new car dealerships have body repair and paint operations in their facilities today. Read More

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