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June 2013, Auto Dealer Today - Cover Story

On the Go

By Stephanie Forshee

Mobile CRM can allow salespeople to access key data without ever having to leave the customer’s side. Managers can use the same technology to keep their employees in line, even when they are out of the office. But legal experts say that both conveniences can be areas for concern.

Tags: BDC, Charapp & Weiss, CRM, DealerSocket, Fisher & Phillips LLP, Gartner Research, Mobile Applications, mobile solution, SoftwareBlog

August 2012, Auto Dealer Today - WebXclusive

Mobilize Your Dealership

By Ali Amirrezvani

Technology expert Ali Amirrezvani looks at the rising popularity of mobile devices and smartphones and the impact of this trend on dealerships.

Tags: automotive SEO, BDC, Google, Mobile Applications, Mobile Marketing, mobile solutions, mobile website optimization, online advertising, search engine optimization, selling service, using technology, web marketing

August 2012, Auto Dealer Today - WebXclusive

The Many Uses of Mobile Apps

By Jennifer Murphy Bloodworth

Opportunities abound for dealers to harness the power of the mobile app as a means of connecting with customers and for aiding day-to-day operations. Auto Dealer Monthly takes a look at some of the providers serving the mobile space.

Tags: Android, AutoMotion TV, BDC, DealerBug, dealership mobile website, digital marketing, Mobile Applications, Mobile Marketing, mobile websites, online advertising, using social media

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