UK car dealers must step up their digital services or risk being left behind, as the COVID-19 pandemic has led many customers to carry out more research from their sitting rooms before they visit car showrooms to agree the deal.
Dealers switching to a digital-first sales model in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic should consider taking making part exchanges an offline process if they want to get the best results, says iVendi.
Online finance software specialist iVendi is offering car retailers its latest and most advanced car sales platform product free of charge in a bid to mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 coronavirus lockdown.
Tackling the pitfalls facing dealers head on when offering online vehicle retailing will boost sector confidence in delivering digital sales, according to James Tew, chief executive of iVendi which has developed ecommerce solutions alongside its finance tools.
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