Rapid Recon, a leader in Time to Line (T2L) workflow software and reconditioning center transformation, announces the release of its updated publication, RECON T2L, the Starting Line for Reversing Margin Compression.
Written by Rapid Recon Founder and CEO Dennis McGinn, this “how-to” reconditioning best practices guidebook has been updated for NADA ’19.
The book encourages readers to evaluate their existing reconditioning practices as dealers like them are profiled in the book sharing how they transformed their businesses. The easy-to-read text includes financial analysis, in tables and charts, to help dealers compare their current recon practice output to output driven by T2L principles.
Dealers visiting Rapid Recon at NADA 2019, Booth 6653W, in San Francisco may ask for a copy. Otherwise, the book is $59.
“Rapid Recon has grown 50 percent in the last 12 months as dealers continue to embrace our intuitive reconditioning software that reduces their recon times to just a few days, making recon more profitable for the dealership,” McGinn said. “Dealers using our workflow solution enjoy ROI results of $50 for each dollar spent on the software.”
Since launching Rapid Recon workflow software in 2010, more than 1,200 dealerships, major automotive groups, and independent and Buy-Here/Pay-Here dealerships have applied recon T2L principles. Their transformed recon practices get their cars from acquisition to sale-ready in just a few days, which increases inventory turn and improves gross margins.
Rapid Recon’s benchmarks and best practices help GMs, used car managers, and service managers fine-tune their reconditioning methods and efficiency to achieve faster time to market that retains vehicle gross.
NADA 2019 Booth 6653W.