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March 2, 2020

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The Unexpected Connection Between Reputation and Key Control

Reputation management starts offline — and a critical part of that has to do with having an effective key and access control policy.

January 28, 2020

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New KeyTrak Edge System to Help Dealers Fast Track Key Management

KeyTrak, Inc., the leading provider of key and asset management systems, will launch its new KeyTrak Edge system for the automotive industry in booth #2873C at NADA Show 2020 in Las Vegas, Feb. 14-17....

November 1, 2019

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3 Ways to Improve Internal Dealership Communication

(Published in the November 2019 issue of AutoSuccess)

Business is about building relationships. Sure, there are a myriad of ways to approach selling vehicles or services, but meeting your business goals will always boil down to relationships — employee-customer relationships and employee-employee relationships.

October 1, 2019

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Want Your Employees to Stick Around Longer? Do These 3 Things

(Published in October 2019 issue of AutoSuccess)

As margins grow slimmer in the automotive retailing industry, you can blame any number of factors outside your control: interest rates, customer buying preferences, general market uncertainty, and several others. One thing you can do something about is employee turnover, which the 2018 NADA Dealership Workforce Study says has risen to 46%... (continue reading)

 

September 1, 2019

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Here Today, Gone Tomorrow: The Cumulative Costs of Inventory Theft

(Published in September 2019 issue of AutoSuccess)

Earlier this summer, three dealerships made headlines when 12 vehicles worth nearly $1 million were stolen. What the media didn’t mention was that the price tag of the vehicles themselves is a fraction of the costs dealerships absorb after an inventory loss. But why should you care? High-profile thefts like these only make headlines because they’re uncommon, right? Maybe not… (continue reading)