Ancient Greek Philosopher Socrates once said, "Who wants - is looking for a way, who does not want - is looking for a reason.” These words are perfectly suited to these difficult times for businesses. In the current crisis, it is time for a digital transformation - something that car companies have shunned or put off for too long. Those who bravely and quickly switched to digital channels, even if not in all areas of work, can be confident that their results at the end of this difficult year will be better than those who slowed down and did not risk introducing new digital tools and principles to their work.
Zurich Connected Cars helps transform traditional car dealers into mobile service providers by improving customer service and developing innovative vehicle capabilities. Here’s how to accelerate the digital transformation of your dealership in five steps:
The pandemic has shown that only digital technologies will save businesses. Digital channels improve customer interaction, and digital tools drive performance and efficiency in all dealer centers.
This estimate is based on an average sales team size of 15-18 people, an average car price of $36,000, and an average gross profit per sales team of $2,000-3,000.