(Vocus/PRWEB) March 31, 2011
VMI has released the ability for Mobility Sales to put handicap vans on hold for customers through a simple, easy-to-use computer interface. This offers myriad benefits, and can ensure that customers are able to get the wheelchair van of their choice, without hassles.
VMI has implemented several key Internet improvements, one of which is this new feature. Mobility dealers can put any Vantage Mobility International van on hold through their computer for a 48-hour period. Moreover, this can be done at any time, day or night. This provides dealers with the ability to bypass the need to go through VMI’s Dealer Relations Department and speed the closing process along for their customers.
Mobility dealers need only follow a simple four-step process to place a hold on any handicap van. They must first log on through the dealer section of Vantage Mobility International’s website. They must then select the Available Inventory section. From this point, the dealer simply finds the van in question and clicks on the photo. A new window will appear, containing information and details about the van. From this page, the dealer simply fills in the pertinent information required, and clicks the submit button. The van is now held for up to 48 hours.
In addition, Vantage Mobility International’s automated system will send the dealer with the hold a reminder at the 24-hour mark, as well as another at the 48-hour mark. The reminder is simply a notice that the hold will expire. Dealers will also have access to information about all vehicles currently being held under their dealership number, which makes managing this aspect of the process far simpler than ever before.
Mobility Sales can use this new tool to the advantage of their customers, helping to create a streamlined process from the beginning of the sale to handing over the keys.
About Mobility Sales: Mobility Sales has one goal – to provide their customers with the highest quality mobility solutions possible. They offer an immense inventory of wheelchair vans, wheelchair lifts and mobility equipment designed to give handicapped individuals greater freedom and more control over their lives.