http://www.ncm20.com/NCMi/subscribe-its-all-about-the-numbers.htmlIn this day and age, it's more…Continue
If you answered “No” to either of these questions, consider enrolling in one (or both)of the November classes in Used Vehicle Management, offered and presented byNCM Institute. For details, call…Continue
This article was written by Bob Sloan and was originally published on the NCM Institute Up to Speed blog.
Car count is one of the primary metrics for measuring growth in the service department. An increase usually leads to additional shop hours produced and gross profit. A decrease is a call to action to determine the cause(s) as well as develop a plan to…Continue
As the great recession started to unfold in 2008 and 2009, gasoline prices rose above four dollars a gallon, the banking and housing industry began to collapse, unemployment rose and auto sales fell off the charts. Those dealerships that came…Continue
This article was written by Robin Cunningham and originally published on the NCM Institute Up to Speed blog.
I think it is safe to say that every business operator is planning, forecasting, or at least hoping to increase their sales and profits in whatever business he or she is involved in.
In the retail automobile business, that growth can come in many forms, such as:
This post was originally written by Paul Stowe for the NCM Institute Up to Speed blog. Click here to view the original article.
There continues to be a great deal of misconception in sales managers’ thinking about why they’re not able to increase used vehicle volume. Industry metrics confirm that those…Continue