Monday, Aug. 31, 2020, 12:04 PM
Black Book vehicle values now are available through another tool dealers might use to stock inventory.
Last week, Black Book announced the integration of its values into One Auction View, a subscription-based service that provides dealers access to online wholesale auctions in what’s designed to be a simplified, aggregated view.
One Auction View explained its tool can give dealers multiple options to find exactly what they need to stock their lot, so they can source the best vehicles to buy without having to track their searches across multiple auction sites and platforms to find the best vehicle.
“We are very excited to have the opportunity to integrate Black Book valuation data into the One Auction View platform,” Black Book executive vice president of revenue Jared Kalfus said in a news release. “This simple, efficient, easy-to-use platform is going to help dealers save time, money, and energy by seeing all of their auction listings in one streamlined platform.”
One Auction View was created by a dealer with more than 20 years of experience in the retail and wholesale industry. One Auction View founder Skye Haulman said the solution is the first auction software to have registration data on wholesale vehicles, so a dealer can see who sold what, as well as what is for sale in their market.
“Our platform displays auction listings from industry stalwarts such as ADESA, AuctionEdge, ACV Auctions, Manheim, and more,” Haulman said. “With the integration of Black Book values, we are making the dealer’s experience even more streamlined.”
Black Book’s valuation data is now available in One Auction View nationwide.