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.
Partnership will strengthen the collaboration between the two firms and allow easy two-way communication between brokers and lenders with secure implementation. The information can then be fed into various lenders. This not only improves operations but also allows for a better customer experience, with the process time reduced, more time can be spent with the end consumer ensuring their needs are catered for.
Companies will tackle the pain points around terms management which they believe has been restricting the industry, drastically reducing the time spent manually inputting huge quantities of data, lost revenue, errors and inaccurate quotations.
Quotevine will provide ground-breaking van funder with Luca, its end-to-end, integrated loan and lease contract management platform which will work in tandem with automated decision-making software from technology company, LendingMetrics to streamline IN-SYNC’s operations to ensure a smoother journey for customers
Quotevine Chief Executive Daniel Layne said some concerns remain over areas of the ban, and more clarity is needed – including specific definitions around which vehicles it applies to – as well as the potential for unintended consequences such as dealers exploiting the loophole left by excluding personal contract hire (PCH) from the changes, in order to make up lost revenue.
The two companies are focused on enabling fast and effective finance for small and medium-sized businesses. Software-as-a-service provider Quotevine does this by offering innovative, end-to-end solutions to brokers and finance companies, to ease the flow of crucial funding.
New package is designed to help smaller lenders distribute much-needed loans to organisations battling on despite the pandemic.
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).
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A robust digital infrastructure can help businesses survive and thrive even in this unprecedented situation.
Quotevine’s offering can enable brokers to get ahead by automating a range of day-to-day processes, freeing up decision-makers to focus on product and service innovation, growth and building market share at this crucial time.
Quotevine offers cloud solutions that help businesses in the motor, asset and consumer finance industries be future-ready.