New dealer-to-dealer wholesale network!

Below is a link of a current editorial story done on our dealer only car sales platform – bringing buyers and sellers of a trade only community.

http://www.autotalk.com.au/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=464:new-dealer-to-dealer-wholesale-network&catid=48:dealers&Itemid=53

So many car classified are in the Australian market these days, we wanted to make sure that we innovated something different and something that had never been done before in Australia. Now considering Australia has such a vast landscape, what better way to bring dealers and wholesalers together nationally than by using technology!

As we are licensed motor dealers ourselves, we know what is important to dealers, and this comes down to even knowing how to describe a car properly and the appropriate terminology – which we have captured.

So instead of employing lots of resource to do what technology can do for you for almost nothing, why wouldn’t you consider this? Multi site dealer groups, how do you ensure your not wholesaling against each other taking profit from one-another, when you can utilise a single solution that reaches to a national audience..

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4 Comments

  1. Posted November 27, 2011 at 10:14 pm | Permalink

    These are impressive articles. Keep up the sunny handiwork.

    • The Motortrademail.com.au Team
      Posted November 27, 2011 at 10:55 pm | Permalink

      Thanks small size cars! We appreciate the support of our new dealer car sales platform and we hope to see you joining up soon!

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