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AutosOnShow international expansion sees launch of multilingual platform

AutosOnShow turntable solution

AutosOnShow has announced the launch of its car sales video platform in 20 languages as part of its international expansion.

The announcement follows the car retail video service provider's international launch in 2017, which has resulted in its growth into 27 countries accross the globe.

AutosOnShow’s managing director, Jonathan Higham, said: “We have great relationships with manufacturers who trust our service to protect their brand and drive sales. Our retail expertise in the UK enables us to add real value in Europe and beyond.” 

The move will see growth in key territories including Sweden, Norway, Finland, Bulgaria, Turkey and Israel. It has doubled the size of its operation in Cardiff to support global operations. 

Its full range of video services including a DSLR turntable solution that captures HD images and videos will be available, allowing users to take internal and close up shots of vehicles.

Higham said: “This is simplicity at its best; once installed the solution allows you to photograph cars quickly and efficiently on a large scale.

"The entire process drives consistency within your brand, as all assets generated for vehicles look consistently professional.”

AutosOnShow has also launched a Guided Pause solution, which means retailers need less space to film a vehicle. The user can use mobile technology to record the perfect video and upload can be completed from the device.

Training requirements are minimal because the guides are integrated into the application solution.

Once the user has uploaded the video, the software creates a post-processed video allowing a non-trained individual to deliver the same results continuously. 

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