Tuesday, Jul. 28, 2020, 11:52 AM
If a piece of inventory arrives at your store on Monday, Rapid Recon wants that vehicle standing tall on the front line by Friday — if not sooner.
The workflow management solution for vehicle reconditioning designed to help franchised, independent and buy-here, pay-here dealers, announced on Monday that dealerships in every U.S. state now can use this software system to increase inventory turns and accelerate used vehicle speed to sale.
The company said it is now completing its 50th-state installation with Yellowstone Motors, a four-franchise dealership, in Powell, Wyo. Rapid Recon also serves and supports dealership reconditioning installations in eight of 10 Canadian provinces, and in Puerto Rico, Guam, South Africa and Australia.
Rapid Recon highlighted 2,000 dealers and more than 20,000 users leverage its data and precise work item control to reduce dealers’ time to prepare used vehicle for resale to three to five days. The industry norm is 10 to 20 days or longer, according to the company.
By giving dealers a precise advantage for getting vehicles professionally sales ready more quickly, Rapid Recon software can help franchised, independent and BHPH dealers increase inventory turn and per-vehicle profit.
Rapid Recon explained that its tool is designed from the ground-up to help dealers know it, find, and sell it — a reconditioning rhythm that meant to ensure a higher lead conversion rate through the sales and BDC departments.
Founded in 2010, Rapid Recon has now managed more than 13 million vehicles through its system, ensuring its customers have the data and recon team experts to deliver benchmarking and best practices for continual vehicle reconditioning improvement by design.
For more details, go to www.rapidrecon.com.