While the industry continues to look online for optimal consumer engagement, we remain focused on the most critical part of the journey, when the customer arrives. Dealers need to make sure their in-store experience is matching that of their online experience. Clint Burns, CEO - Nextup
ANAHEIM, Calif. (PRWEB) February 18, 2019
Automotive software companies continue to push the envelope with their offerings for online and in-store sales processes, but it's Nextup that continues to show why they are the industry leaders. This year was no different, with their continued evolution of the platform to create more efficiencies in Sales, Finance, and Service Departments through their Engage, Transact and Maintain products. Now, all departments can be seamlessly connected through the Nextup platform reducing wait and transaction times.
Nextup underwent a major design change, redesigning interfaces, the mobile app, and all system icons. Alongside the design updates also brought new features to their forward-thinking reporting environment. Dealers can anonymously benchmark their store nationally, regionally, and by brand. The dashboard displays the breakdown of test drive proposals, sold vehicles, and manager intro information as compared to all the 600 plus Nextup customers. Dealers can also see how they stack up against other dealers for any time period.
Enterprise Reporting, also new for 2019, presents a collected view of all of the stores within a group. Displaying the key metrics for each store individually, the Enterprise View provides a snapshot of how each is performing. A manager can also filter and look at only one brand of stores or certain locations. Clicking ‘View Location’ will allow a drill down into the metrics of any one store.
It's easy to see why Nextup continues to set a very high standard for those companies focused on keeping dealerships productive, accountable and profitable regardless of market conditions.