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    When managers demonstrate discipline in scheduling, preparing for, and delivering training, sales and F&I professionals develop the skills they need to meet and exceed their goals.

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    Critical thinking, sales and F&I training, and customer satisfaction are just a few victims of the wave of technology that has completely engulfed many auto dealerships.

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    Use this seven-point checklist to find lost fixed ops revenue and guarantee every sold customer will return to your dealership for maintenance and repairs.

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    Actionable data, predictive analytics, and marketing automation are the new keys to fixed ops success. Service marketing expert has a simple plan dealers can use to leverage all three.

  • 3 Ways to Improve Training in Your Store

    When managers demonstrate discipline in scheduling, preparing for, and delivering training, sales and F&I professionals develop the skills they need to meet and exceed their goals.

  • 5 Ways Dealer Tech Has Failed Us

    Critical thinking, sales and F&I training, and customer satisfaction are just a few victims of the wave of technology that has completely engulfed many auto dealerships.

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    Sales Pro of the Month Tony Ortega regularly reaches the 30-car mark at Mercedes-Benz of Plano (Texas).

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Ziegler: They Said I Was a Crackpot

Jim Ziegler holds Uber responsible for the death of an Arizona woman who was run down by an autonomous SUV in March, but he doubts executives will face criminal charges. In They Finally Killed Somebody, the Alpha Dawg traces the so-called demand for driverless vehicles to the handful of businesses that stand to gain the most — including some of your closest partners. Click here to read the story.