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Discuss Dealer Socket Clients? in the Customer Relationship Management forum at Car Dealer Forums; Originally Posted by sporty81 ADP doesn't actually have a certified interface for pushing deals. I ...
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    Default DealerSocket is ADP Certified with Push rolling out now

    Quote Originally Posted by sporty81 View Post
    ADP doesn't actually have a certified interface for pushing deals. I have talked to them in the past and they are working on one currently and it will be available later this year. The problem with it though... is it is also fairly expensive.

    As an automotive CRM vendor we talked to all the major DMS integration companies and NONE of them had good solutions for writing data back to the DMS. So we decided to create our own and we have had a lot of success with it. We have a lot of dealers that use it every day with very few problems. We also prefer to have the control in our own hands to take care of customers problems. Nobody wins when people point fingers at other vendors about it being someone else's problem.

    If you are looking for a new CRM system I would strongly recommend at least getting a demo of our products.

    Matt Watson
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    Automotive CRM, ILM, Dealer Inventory Management, Dealer Websites
    DEALERSOCKET is ADP Certified and is rolling the new certified push logic across its customer base. If you are an ADP DealerSocket user please call your in territory rep or support. They will also be contacting you about this quick migration. DealerSocket is also currently the only CRM vendor that is integrated and certified with ADP with Web Desking, Service, Sales and Inventory.

    We also have quite a few new major features and products that are being released over the next month and a half. This is in addition to our weekly "what's new" enhancements.

    If you have not seen DealerSocket for a while now would be a great time and we would love to win your business.

    Thanks,

    DealerSocket
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    info@dealersocket.com


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    Default The 2 CRM's I would recommend

    If you want something easy to learn with clear and specific tasks set up for your sales person and managers...then look at AUTOBASE. It integrates with most of the larger DMS, has BDC capability and they are a large national company. Pricing is not bad.
    Easy to learn and use, down side is, has some limited features compared to below.

    If you want everything from soup to nuts, electronic signature pads, scanned drivers licenses and laser forms galore with major DMS integration, BDC capable annnnnd a special finance component that is terrific, then try PROMAX.
    It can handle just about anything you may throw at it from mega dealers to busy Buy Here Pay Here lots.
    Great functionality, takes time for your managers and sales people to learn correctly. You have to invest in training with this one.

    I've used them both and like them. They do have different personalities and one may fit your store better than the other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sporty81 View Post
    ADP doesn't actually have a certified interface for pushing deals. I have talked to them in the past and they are working on one currently and it will be available later this year. The problem with it though... is it is also fairly expensive.

    As an automotive CRM vendor we talked to all the major DMS integration companies and NONE of them had good solutions for writing data back to the DMS. So we decided to create our own and we have had a lot of success with it. We have a lot of dealers that use it every day with very few problems. We also prefer to have the control in our own hands to take care of customers problems. Nobody wins when people point fingers at other vendors about it being someone else's problem.

    If you are looking for a new CRM system I would strongly recommend at least getting a demo of our products.

    Matt Watson
    VinSolutions CTO
    Automotive CRM, ILM, Dealer Inventory Management, Dealer Websites
    Sounds interesting. Writing back to a DMS doesn't sound like an easy task. It's hard enough getting the data from them. Has ADP since released that interface?

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    Default Crm

    I just checked out VinSolutions. Is this site supposed to work? It's not working - at all... Is anyone else wondering why everything has to be so complicated? For our needs, we would love a straight forward stream-lined solution. Something that just works!
    Last edited by CRMGuy; 08-13-2010 at 02:01 AM.

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    Vin is very complicated. we switched to Dealersocket a year ago and never looked back

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