No matter the workflow, Rapid Recon enhances your visibility into that process allowing you to shorten your reconditioning process by up to 6 days for 100 units!
Explore how Rapid Recon has increased profits for dealerships across the country.
According to our 20 Group clients and moderator experts, daily holding cost for the average dealership is $32 per vehicle per day based on franchise and market area.
— NCM Associates President, CEO Paul Faletti, Jr.
If your team is still using a spreadsheet, whiteboard, or your fingers, to track and manage reconditioning, your process leaks time and money that’s wrecking retail gross and inventory turn.
GMs who create recon time-to-market cultures influence the biggest profit drive in the dealership. Learn what hundreds of general managers already know, you can’t improve what you can’t measure.
Drive down recon costs. With Rapid Recon automation technology, you can get vehicles frontline ready in four to five days – not 10 to 12.
Everyone on your staff can manage your recondition on the fly. When someone completes their work they move the vehicle into the next step with a click of a button, automatically generating a text or email notification to the next person(s) in line alerting them the car is now ready for their attention. Notes can be added too!
You always know exactly where the vehicle is, who has it and for how long. This dramatically lowers confusion and uncertainty, which in turn, makes everyone more productive.
All of your devices will sync smoothly with either the desktop or mobile applications, and will run on all devices whether Apple, Android or Windows operating systems.
We sell over 700 used cars a month. Tracking these vehicles through the reconditioning process has always been a task that is very difficult to deal with. With a dealership our size, Rapid Recon helped us manage the process. With the software that Rapid Recon has provided for us, we can find out where cars are at and at which step of the process. Finding out how fast their getting to the frontline has been terrific because in today's age of used car sales it's about speed to the frontline.
We have been using Rapid Recon for quite a while and it has been a game changer for us. We use it at about 80% of its capacity and it is instrumental in coordinating 200 plus cars a month, for two stores, from multiple sources, in multiple locations at all times. We can track total days in recon, see where items get stuck, and quickly fix the problem. It works with our DMS and across multiple computer and table/smartphone platforms.