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NextGear Capital is set to launch StockMaster website for car dealers


NextGear Capital UK is set to launch its all-new StockMaster website, giving its used-car dealers a place to view their vehicle stocking activity.

The mobile site provides dealers with the ability to view the status of their stocking plan, including vehicles pending from auction and they can also add purchases at the click of a button, giving them complete control of their vehicle stock, wherever they are.

There is also the option of live messages where NextGear can point dealers in the direction of quality stock and inform them of any special offers through its network of partner auctions.

NextGear Capital’s managing director David Mercer (pictured) said: “As a technology business, we originally discussed the functionality of StockMaster when we set up the IT architecture of NextGear Capital, with the aim of helping our extremely busy dealers to control the purchasing and funding of their stock more easily.

“It joins the dots of the UK remarketing network as purchases from participating partner auctions will be visible and available to add to a dealer’s plan within StockMaster.

“The launch of StockMaster means that dealers will be able to log in and find out important information about their stocking plan and available funds while they are on the go.

"With this knowledge at their fingertips, they will be fully informed and able to make quick decisions on purchases at auction, buy more stock or act when an opportunity presents itself, or maybe satisfy a last minute request for a vehicle from a customer.”

StockMaster is expected to go live toward the end of the year and will be available for dealers to download to use on smartphones, tablets, laptops and PCs.

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