Jim Leman
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Social Media Solved

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rob Hagen Jun 1, 2010. 1 Reply

What's the no-brainer, auto-pilot social media tool that helps car dealers build their fan base and maximize inventory turn?Continue

Innovation in Fixed Ops

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Service managers -- anyone using recycled motor oil-powered heaters for the service area? How about solar or wind power? Let me know how you're improving operations -- always looking to publicize…Continue

 

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Christian Auto Industry Professionals

An uplifting forum for those in the auto industry who believe in or are curious about the integrity of the Holy Bible and in the resurrection of Jesus Christ and baptism in the Holy Spirit.
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Christian Auto Industry Professionals

An uplifting forum for those in the auto industry who believe in or are curious about the integrity of the Holy Bible and in the resurrection of Jesus Christ and baptism in the Holy Spirit.
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Jim Leman's blog post was featured

Dealerships Vulnerable to Hack Attacks

by Jim Leman, Dec. 31, 2014 - Wards Dealer BusinessMalware can steal customer social security numbers from finance and insurance department computers.With malware known as Keylogger placed into a finance and insurance computer by a hacker, a cyberthief may capture every social security number you type in.The malicious invader transmits to the thief every 3-digit, 2-digit, 4-digit keystroke…See More
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Tom Gorham commented on Jim Leman's blog post Dealerships Vulnerable to Hack Attacks
"Always great to read your articles Jim.  This one is very important.  Nice to see the reference to Nuspire since we use them for security."
Jan 6
Michael Baker commented on Jim Leman's blog post Dealerships Vulnerable to Hack Attacks
"10-4 Don. Most will not 'act' until a few dealers get 'hit', unfortunately."
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DON GRAFF commented on Jim Leman's blog post Dealerships Vulnerable to Hack Attacks
"Hi Jim, you interviewed me way back in 2005.I found your article to be very timely. From my experience most dealerships do not recognize the vulnerability."
Jan 5
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Dealerships Vulnerable to Hack Attacks

by Jim Leman, Dec. 31, 2014 - Wards Dealer BusinessMalware can steal customer social security numbers from finance and insurance department computers.With malware known as Keylogger placed into a finance and insurance computer by a hacker, a cyberthief may capture every social security number you type in.The malicious invader transmits to the thief every 3-digit, 2-digit, 4-digit keystroke…See More
Jan 5
Jim Leman's blog post was featured

Background Checks Leave Much to Be Desired

In ban the box states, an employer can no longer ask a job application about his or her prior (or presumed ongoing) criminal history.Without the ability now to ask about criminal history, the applicant you hire might be a big risk, to you, your employees and your customers.Today, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), and many states, and even municipal governments view the use of background checks as an unfair hurdle to those with prior convictions trying to re-enter the work…See More
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Christian Auto Industry Professionals

An uplifting forum for those in the auto industry who believe in or are curious about the integrity of the Holy Bible and in the resurrection of Jesus Christ and baptism in the Holy Spirit.
Dec 15, 2014
Jim Leman posted a blog post

Background Checks Leave Much to Be Desired

In ban the box states, an employer can no longer ask a job application about his or her prior (or presumed ongoing) criminal history.Without the ability now to ask about criminal history, the applicant you hire might be a big risk, to you, your employees and your customers.Today, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), and many states, and even municipal governments view the use of background checks as an unfair hurdle to those with prior convictions trying to re-enter the work…See More
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Oct 16, 2014

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Dealerships Vulnerable to Hack Attacks

Posted on January 5, 2015 at 12:02pm 3 Comments

by Jim Leman, Dec. 31, 2014 - Wards Dealer Business

Malware can steal customer social security numbers from finance and insurance department computers.

With malware known as Keylogger placed into a finance and insurance computer by a hacker, a cyberthief may capture every social security…

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Background Checks Leave Much to Be Desired

Posted on December 15, 2014 at 5:36pm 0 Comments

In ban the box states, an employer can no longer ask a job application about his or her prior (or presumed ongoing) criminal history.

Without the ability now to ask about criminal history, the applicant you hire might be a big risk, to you, your employees and your customers.

Today, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), and many states, and even municipal governments view the use of background checks as an unfair hurdle to those with prior…

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Automotive Compliance Consultants to Help Auto Dealers Avoid Pitfalls to Secure F&I Compliance via DealersEdge Webinar

Posted on October 15, 2013 at 10:49am 0 Comments

CRYSTAL LAKE, IL, Oct. 15, 2013 – Automotive Compliance Consultants said today that given the era’s new focus on F&I practices, its DealersEdge webinar Oct. 24 is designed to provide auto dealers with tips for ensuring compliant F&I…

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How Clean are Your Warranty Processes?

Posted on June 11, 2012 at 3:22pm 0 Comments

For sure, no dealership manages and maintains its warranty claims process as cleanly and thoroughly as they should, but given the nature of the job, probably the best they can.

 

Still, because processing warranties correctly requires diligence to warranty claim integrity by so many people in fixed operations, the devil can too easily hide in the details. When this particular devil’s left unchecked, the result can be costly to the dealership.

 

According to a new…

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At 10:54am on December 9, 2012, Craig Lockerd said…

Hi Jim,would you have time to talk early this week? Something I'm pretty sure you will be interested in! Off 800-878-5090 ext 5 or cell 609-517-1152

At 10:10am on June 1, 2010, Scott Falcone said…
Jim,

I live about 5 houses down from him-next door to Norm-I'm sure you know Norm. I have never fished with John except in the bottom of a cooler!
At 3:55pm on March 23, 2010, Tobias Sedillos said…
Thank you very much, Jim.
At 8:35pm on March 12, 2010, Mike Myers said…
Sorry, I missed your chat earlier today. I keep forgetting I added that feature! Thanks for being active here. This forum will be a valuable resource to the dealer community very soon. There's a lot of talent here already!
 
 
 

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