MaximTrak® solutions arm F&I managers with all of the tools and systems required to build better menu presentations and close more business within one, easy-to-use platform. Each feature will shave minutes off the F&I process – reducing lengthy customer transactions, as well as the amount of time required for F&I managers to build relevant, compliant menus.
Speak to F&I manager to how MaximTrak affects their goals. When you use MaximTrak, you’ll be focusing on your customer and increasing your bottom line. Lengthy transactions will take only minutes so you have the opportunity for more sales.
With MenuTrak™, F&I managers rely on one centralized platform that allows them to more effectively manage their workflow, positively engage with customers and drastically reduce transaction times. This tool helps F&I managers quickly perform an identity audit, as well as instantly check which products are available and whether they’re compliant, all before building a customized menu to present to the customer.
FLITE™ is the newest tool revolutionizing the F&I experience. Utilizing helpful, educational F&I product content and interactive surveys, this tool creates a completely guided sales process that puts the customer in the driver’s seat. With FLITE™, customers are instantly served the most relevant, compliant products based on their specific needs, driving habits and lifestyle.
ETrak™ is a paperless contracting feature that optimizes the workflow of contracts, offering the necessary checks and balances to ensure the process is completed properly and customer information is secure.
Dashboards™ reporting allows managers to see the day-to-day performance of the overall business as well as team productivity. A manager can instantly view their fully customized dashboard to evaluate sales goals, successes, opportunities for improvement, and even individual performance and product income.
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