When Is It Time To Revamp Your Workflow?

When is it the right time for your dealership to move to a workflow architecture to manage your recon process?  When the mandate is, “Recon needs to get fixed.” Here are three principal reasons to support the change. Lack of accountability Cars not getting to

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Reconditioning Workflow Goes Mainstream

A typical reconditioning workflow installation has a minimum of three principal stakeholders: the used car manager, the fixed operations manager and the general manager. In the early days of reconditioning workflow, starting around 2010, the scenario was a bit different than today. At that time, the used

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General Manager Sets the Recon Workflow Standard

Workflow automation is an area of process improvement in which businesses benefit from high efficiency, better time management and a higher level of performance all around. Automation eliminates errors in routing, completion and delivery.  And, it creates an environment where the processes can be completed

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Recon: “Telling It Like It Is”

Notes from Operations Manager to GM… From time to time a real gem crosses my desk that simply tells it like it is. The following are excepts from an email sent from an operations manager to his GM. The operations manager make a compelling case

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How Dealership Groups Manage Time-to-Market

Workflow technology measures and manages, in real-time, every step of the process, from purchase or trade to front-line ready or funded, so your employees are individually accountable. In addition, it is flexible enough to change quickly for any process or people changes. The following three

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Reconditioning Time-to-Market

Time to market (TTM) is the monthly average time from purchase or trade to the time sales are funded. You can think about it as the average time your cash is invested until it can be reinvested. Most dealerships begin with the logical subset of

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