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Managing an auto dealership’s service operations in good times is stressful enough. The coronavirus pandemic demands even more from service techs, requiring them to adopt business practices that adhere to health and safety standards. And it all must be done without compromising the service experience.READ MORE
The COVID-19 health crisis has forced auto dealerships to examine and implement best practices that provide for safe and healthy interactions between staff and customers. According to a survey from Visa, nearly 80% of consumers worldwide have changed how they pay in order to reduce contact, and they are rewarding businesses that take COVID-19 safety measures seriously. Service Managers and General Managers are benefiting from payment practices like touch-free service that support social distancing and improve the customer experience at their dealership.READ MORE
Toyota Pasadena opened its doors over two decades ago. As a family-owned business, everyone who works there strives to make customers feel welcome. They take pride in delivering customer satisfaction built on a solid and trusted relationship.READ MORE
Maintaining compliance, establishing business access controls and taking payments securely at your dealership are top priorities, but these aren’t the only responsibilities you may own as a controller. So, how do you delicately balance and maintain the several tasks you oversee daily in your role?READ MORE
We understand the hefty responsibilities your controller faces. As the ‘village leader’ she is tasked with maintaining financial order at the dealership, which ranges from producing periodic financial reports to overseeing the maintenance of accounting records.READ MORE
It can be challenging to manage all your dealership’s departments and ensure multiple cashiers are processing payments correctly and in a way that will make reporting clean. It’s constant work that takes precious time out of your day.READ MORE