The Higher Gear Group announced the launch of its new CRM software eZView yesterday. eZView allows store managers that currently use the Higher Gear Group CRM/Showroom Control software to know in seconds what needs to be done, what has already been completed, and who is doing what. eZView is the first of twelve feature upgrades that will be launching over the next four months.
eZView shatters the previous software model that provides separate, individual work plans with a way to view who is taking accountability in the follow-up process. Everyone in the company—from dealers, managers and team leaders, to salespeople on the floor—can now quickly see the information they need in the way that works best for them.
This new CRM software allows employees to focus on what is crucial to a successful business such as content and delivery, instead of organization and tasks any secretary could complete. The usage preference feature compiled with the real-time phone system that comes with the software enables highly positive results.
If you need to see all the appointments scheduled on any particular day, eZView has a button for just that. If you want to quickly glance at your latest internet leads, they are neatly stored within this CRM software.
The eZView gives management and salespeople multiple benefits that will help in managing their workflow in a productive way.
The Higher Gear Group is a provider of Customer Relationship software to the automotive industry. Known for the highest in-dealership CRM usage through the use of easily accessible user interfaces, The Higher Gear Group provides Internet lead management, showroom control, service marketing, integrated accountability and tracking designed to maximize every sales opportunity.
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