Client Command, an Atlanta-based automotive industry-disrupting shopper marketing company, was named to the Inc. 5000 annual list of the fastest growing private companies in America for the eighth time and fourth consecutive year. This year’s inclusion puts Client Command in a distinct class, among only one percent of companies that have made the list eight times. Client Command’s steady growth is fueled by building technology solutions that enable dealers to keep pace with today’s data proliferation and evolving shopper expectations.
“The automotive industry is hungry for cutting-edge solutions that help dealers win in today’s competitive market,” said Jonathan Lucenay CEO of Client Command. “Client Command’s explosive growth corresponds with our relentless pursuit to innovate technology-based marketing solutions that drive results for our customers. As we continue to invest in technology that helps dealers identify in-market car shoppers and deliver an overall customer experience that connects with today’s shopper, we believe we will continue to see unprecedented results that will set us apart from the pack.”
Client Command’s ability to drive revenue and deliver efficiency for its customers has led to a 20-percent increase in its customer base in the past year. The company’s patented AI-powered technology identifies active shoppers and enables a 1:1 shopper journey, driving high-value prospects to its dealer customers. Client Command customers see an average gross profit increase of seven percent, with buyers spending an average of $318 more per vehicle. Customers also average an industry-leading 12:1 ROI, 16:1 for retained customers and 10:1 for conquest customers.
The four consecutive years on the Inc. 5000 fastest-growing private companies list coincides with Client Command’s deployment of industry-leading innovations. Since 2016, Client Command launched the Active Shopper Network, began activating data with omni-channel marketing, introduced dynamic shopper journeys into the automotive marketing landscape and secured a patent on technology that delivers shopper marketing to conquest automotive shoppers.