DealerSocket’s Inventory+ Now Participating in GM’s Dealer Vehicle Inventory Management Program

DealerSocket’s Inventory+ Now Participating in GM’s Dealer Vehicle Inventory Management Program

GM dealerships using DealerSocket’s Inventory+ can now syndicate inventory to GM-participating website providers and programs, including the automaker's Shop-Click-Drive e-commerce tool.

DealerSocket, Inc. announced that its Inventoryinventory management software is now participating in General Motors’ Dealer Vehicle Inventory Management (DVIM) program. That means GM dealerships using DealerSocket’s Inventory+ can now syndicate inventory to GM-participating website providers and programs, including the automaker’s Shop-Click-Drive e-commerce tool.

“Dealers can now utilize more digital retailing solutions to meet customers where and how they want to shop,” said Brad Kokesh, general manager of DealerSocket’s Inventory+ line. “With so much uncertainty in the current market, it’s critical for dealers to have access to more marketing channels while utilizing Inventory+ to identify and source true profit drivers.”  

General Motors’ DVIM program improves the consumer experience at GM-branded shopping sites. With DealerSocket’s Inventory+, GM dealers can automate processes and quickly access the latest vehicle costs, options, and suggested sales prices. Using a data-driven approach to inventory management ensures that every lot unit has a chance to sell at a profit, establishing an Ideal Inventory Model for every dealership, the company said.

General Motors dealers interested in learning more about DealerSocket’s Inventory+ software can call 888-655-1435.

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