Palo Alto, CA Rapid Recon said recently it would share its General Managers Recon Playbook at this months NADA convention in New Orleans. The proprietary Playbook is a quick study that outlines what defines excellent recon management.
Playbook insights help dealership GMs improve used car growth, increase turn, and streamline open safety recall resolution through their dealerships reconditioning operations.
Every general manager knows the recon process is vital for getting cars to the sales lot, but those GMs who continuously improve recon operations using Playbook tips realize more competitive used car operations, said Dennis McGinn, Founder and CEO of Rapid Recon, the undisputed leader in benchmarking reconditioning center transformation.
NADA attendees interested in flowing more profits to their used car operations can learn more about Rapid Recons Playbook by visiting Rapid Recon at Booth #5417 in New Orleans later this month.
Our involvement with hundreds of dealers and dealer groups using these tips highlights that it is the active involvement of the GM in daily reconditioning practices and accountability that makes the critical difference between managing reconditioning time and managing time-to-market, McGinn said.
Managing reconditioning time means GMs use reconditioning time-to-market software to gain extensive flexibility in how they manage, whether hands on or hands off. In either situation, Rapid Recon accountability oversight helps them hold Fixed Ops and Sales accountable against measurable time-to-market metrics, used car gross, turn, and recall resolution confidence to recondition vehicles in less time for less.
Rapid Recon is the leading time-to-market reconditioning software for new and used car dealerships. Rapid Recon benchmarks and best practices help GMs, used car managers, and service managers fine-tune their reconditioning methods to achieve faster time to market that helps retain vehicle gross.