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RV Dealership Software and Bus Dealership Software F&I articles and advice for managing your business.

  • Improve Your Sales Process Starting With F&I

    Improve Your Sales Process Starting With F&I

    Keeping your customers in mind during all parts of the vehicle purchasing process can alleviate a number of concerns customers today have with the searching and buying experience. One of the greatest complaints of all is the amount of time the entire thing takes. Instead of having your customers spend all day at your dealership start

  • How Can Your Dealership Raise The Bar?

    How Can Your Dealership Raise The Bar?

    Imagine searching the internet and calling the dealership with your ideal vehicle only to find out the Sales Rep or Agent has no real knowledge or recollection of who you are or what you’re looking for. Or even after having an amazing vehicle purchasing experience and coming back for an oil-change or simple part installation only to have

  • Are You Getting the Most Out of Your Lead Forms?

    Are You Getting the Most Out of Your Lead Forms?

    Many dealers feel their expertise is selling cars and they let other experts advise them on other topics on which they don’t feel as much expertise. A great example is digital marketing efforts: how to use websites to sell cars. Subletting these decisions to your vendor makes good sense, as long as you’re getting the

  • Strategies for Slow Growth

    Strategies for Slow Growth

    F&I profit likely hasn’t reached its peak, insiders say, but most agree that its growth will slow. To maintain strong F&I revenue, dealerships should ensure that they offer the right product mix, thoroughly understand the products and the regulations covering them, and work to maximize F&I sales after vehicle purchases. Dealerships will benefit by offering

  • The Basics of EMV: The Deadline Approaches

    The Basics of EMV: The Deadline Approaches

    Visa and MasterCard have begun to bring the new EMV technology to the United States. For financial institutions, this means issuing cardholders new credit cards and updating networks to process EMV data. For dealerships, this will mean purchasing new EMV-capable credit card processing equipment. EMV will benefit you in the form of increased security, reduced fraud, and