Dallas, TX (PRWEB) February 9, 2006
Liquid Motors Inc., a provider of comprehensive eBay Motors services, has launched the second generation of their software to provide comprehensive eBay services to auto dealerships.
The new version of software enhances Liquid Motors’ ability to provide recommendations on the right vehicles to list at the right price. The software provides additional automation on listing vehicles and improves the efficiency and communications of auction management.
"Liquid Motors is excited to continue to demonstrate value to our dealers through this new release of software" said Jimmy Waldie, Manager of Buyer Support at Liquid Motors. "It will allow us to be much more efficient and successful for our dealers."
The inventory analysis engine has been improved to incorporate more vehicle valuation sources, to refine vehicle matching and to account for data anomalies to derive the best recommendations for Liquid Motors’ member dealers. The vehicle listing workflow has been streamlined to reduce the time necessary to list a vehicle allowing Liquid Motors’ software to support thousands of dealerships. Additionally, the new version of auction management has been integrated with a CRM solution that provides detailed up to the minute auction statistics and supplies automated notifications on auction status changes.
"We have had tremendous success partnering with Liquid Motors and look to continue to improve our dealerships success on eBay with the assistance of Liquid Motors’ next generation of software."" said Bob Winnett, General Manager of Kansas City Mercedes-Benz.
About Liquid Motors Inc.
Liquid Motors Inc. provides a comprehensive eBay solution for new car franchise dealers, delivering the required expertise in online vehicle sales to make dealerships successful on eBay today. Liquid Motors Inc. has more than six years of eBay Motors experience and is a member of the eBay developer program with their systems certified by eBay. Liquid Motors improves dealerships results by bringing their inventory to the global marketplace, increasing selling hours to 24 hours a day seven days a week, reducing wholesale losses and allowing dealers to take more for their trades thereby selling more new vehicles.
Jill Givens, Director of Marketing
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