DEALER SOLUTIONS DRIVES CARSGUIDE PARTNERSHIP

Written on the 14 March 2014

DEALER SOLUTIONS DRIVES CARSGUIDE PARTNERSHIP

SOFTWARE provider Dealer Solutions will overhaul the Carsguide website, after securing a deal to supply its technology services.

The Brisbane-based firm will improve useability and implement its inventory upload solution software, allowing dealerships to advertise cars at the same time as listing.

CEO Chris Vening (pictured) says the new digital platform will grow the suite of products offered to dealers.

“We’re constantly working with leading dealerships in the Australian automotive industry and are excited to now be working in a long-term agreement with one of the leading automotive buying and selling websites,” he says.

Carsguide CEO Lauren Williams says the agreement provides unique access to years of knowledge in dealer platforms.

“As a major online buying and selling platform for the Australian automotive market, the implementation of Dealer Solutions’ inventory upload solution software will improve the technical options and flexibility for our dealers,” she says.

The middleware solution will manage the updates for more than 100,000 car listings.


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