New software includes Quotevine's new, innovative vehicle procurement module. Giving brokers respite from more traditional software, the new module allows for maximum transparency and ensures that consumers are offered the best possible service as brokers can communicate with dealers instantly, finding the best deals and complete management of the delivery process.
This latest development is adds to Quotevine's already extensive solution. The new vehicle procurement module allows for maximum transparency from brokers and dealerships, meaning the complete process from enquiry to delivery can be managed in one system.
Due to the interest in understanding and becoming an Appointed Representative across our industry, the LBF's promotional programme acts as a funnel for inquiries backed by an active generation machine. It will also become the go-to directory for individuals and businesses looking for clarity on AR and Partnership Programmes and to find out which Brokers are offering AR facilities.
Brokers we have been in touch with over the past few days all report an increase in customer contact, particularly via email, social media, telephone and even “zoom” calls while some have created new roles specifically for this.
Portfolio of products can provide your customers with flexible alternatives to long term lease contracts.
The sector must embrace change and make critical preparations to maximize pent up opportunity and future-proof their businesses for successful operation in a post-pandemic world.
Vehicle makers, the SMMT and dealers have been calling for discounts or a scrappage scheme to help boost sales following months of pandemic shutdown.
Federation's multi-programme, full day event at Epsom Race Course on December 9 includes a Conference, Workshops, an Electric Vehicle Ride and Drive and Meet the Partner sessions.
The LBF has had to cancel a number of events where Graham Prince was hoping to introduce himself and to hear everyone’s views about the Federation and what more we can do to support Brokers moving forward.
LBF members are working with businesses to extend car and van contracts as well as mitigate potential charges. Businesses may be suffering financial difficulties, while others may need to extend contracts during or have concerns around mileage excess charges due to the increase workload.
Growing numbers of customers are turning to social media. One large dealer group has seen the number of impressions on its Facebook posts grow by 80% from 656,070 (6-15 March 2020) to 1,179,615 (16-25 March).
The Leasing Broker Federation feels your pain and you can use us to share your thoughts and ideas on how to keep the business wheels turning.