DETROIT--()--The highest-priority topic at this coming weekend’s National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) conference in Orlando, Fla., undoubtedly will be the same as it is every year: “How do we sell more cars and trucks and attract more business for our service departments?”
“How do we sell more cars and trucks and attract more business for our service departments?”
One company, SCI Marketview, is in the business of helping dealers increase their business. SCI provides “clean, reliable and actionable information” to sales and service personnel and has been doing so for the past six years with more than 50 percent of General Motors’ dealers. SCI announced today that its sales-and-service lead management tools only accessible to date by General Motors’ dealers are now available to all other car companies as well.
SCI’s three primary tools are: SCI ResponseDRIVER™, focused on helping dealers develop and prioritize sales strategy; SCI LaneDRIVER™, which helps organize data needed by dealers to most effectively manage their service departments; and, SCI CampaignDRIVER™, which helps dealers communicate with their customers via integrated, email, SMS texting, direct mail and voice messages.
SCI 24/7™, the company’s recently launched mobile app included in the base program, provides easy, quick access to data on SCI ResponseDRIVER™ and SCI LaneDRIVER™ reducing response times to industry best. According to Alan Bird, SCI Marketview president and CEO, the SCI 24/7™ app was first made available in mid December and is being used by already more than 1,500 dealers.
Bird said, ”Our tools have been tremendously popular and seen as great value for dealers with high ROI, and we look forward to the positive buzz at the NADA in Orlando including the SCI 24/7™ mobile app, since it has been so well received the past few weeks. It is all very exciting.”
SCI’s corporate headquarters is based in Markham, Ontario, and it has a major office in downtown Detroit. More information can be found at www.scimarketview.com, which was recently relaunched with new branding as well.