A new book by Rapid Recon founder Dennis McGinn that explores how a dealership reconditioning software company can provide predictability in the general manager’s day will launch at NADA on Feb.1, 2024, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
ASPIRE to Predictable details how technologies that provide predictability and accountability reduce the many day-to-day stresses of a general manager. Rapid Recon regularly checks a dealer’s used inventory and matches it up against its safety recall data to reduce the possibility of a safety recall risk. The book explores how technologies that provide predictability and accountability can reduce the many day-to-day stresses of a general manager.
“[General Managers] just want things to work without having to be pulled in when something comes off the rails or gets slammed by unexpected events,” said McGinn. “Whether it’s the appraisal processes, used car reconditioning, or digital retailing — all of which support dealership sales and service — GMs want to know these functions are dialed in and that they just work.”
In a news release, Rapid Recon said achieving consistency with trade appraisals remains difficult because of the challenge around used vehicle profitability, particularly where mechanical repairs are concerned. Missed opportunities have the potential to “kill” the opportunity for reselling the trade at a profit. “The objective is to eliminate chargebacks to sales,” said the company.
The book will be available at booth 3363W at the Las Vegas Convention Center. More information is also available here: https://www.rapidrecon.com/books/.