MaximTrak® wants to keep F&I managers and dealerships from wasting time and money. With a faster internal process, you’ll have more time to spend closing deals and more confidence in the deals at hand, and you’ll experience the higher customer satisfaction that comes from instantly compliant product recommendations personalized to fit the needs of each new driver.
MaximTrak’s unique presentation tool for F&I mangers transforms the screen of your choosing into an F&I ally. No longer does the selling process rely squarely on the F&I manger; FLITE™ walks customers through friendly digital interactions at their pace. Through helpful videos, informative content, and custom surveys, FLITE™ quickly reveals your customer’s individual needs and connects them to their personalized menu of products. The videos are private labeled and connected to interactive sales tools.
On average, cloud-based F&I systems allow dealerships to achieve an increase in service contract penetration of 33% and an overall growth in PVR of 27%. Using MaximTrak, the average dealer showed an annualized increase in sales of $315,000: 125 sales per month (1,500 per year), a $210 monthly increase per unit for F&I, and a $26,250 average monthly increase in revenue.
With a more customer-friendly, streamlined system, F&I managers save an average of 15 minutes on each deal and customers learn and engage while getting the right protection products.
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