NADA Preview: Must-See Workshops, Software Updates and a Healthy Dose of Hawaiian Goodwill!
In case you haven’t heard by now, Auto/Mate is exhibiting at the 2016 NADA Convention & Expo in Las Vegas, NV. Our mantra is “We do Business Differently.” You’ll see exactly how different if you stop by our booth!
Our staff will be dressed in Hawaiian gear and all visitors will receive a colorful lei and a big Aloha. We will be serving Hawaiian shave ice at our tiki bar and handing out pineapple stress balls, dancing hula girl figurines and flip flop key chain bottle openers, so stop by for some fun in the sun! It’s just our way to say “Mahalo” to all the dealership people for dropping by our booth.
The Hawaiian word mahalo means a kind expression of thanks, gratitude, admiration, and respect. At Auto/Mate, this value is the foundation of our culture and our customer relationships.
Our Booth #1853C will be featuring demos of our award-winning dealership management system (DMS) software. This year we are especially excited to be showcasing updates to our accounting suite software and brand new payroll application. The re-designed features in the accounting module promise to save office personnel dozens of hours every month.
Auto/Mate’s developers spent more than two years re-designing the payroll application and we are incredibly proud of how intuitive and fast it is — office managers, you seriously need to see this!
Also, don’t forget to add these two must-see workshops to your calendar!
Create a Top Workplace to Increase Customer Loyalty
Thursday, March 31st from 12:15pm – 1:30pm in Room N220
Saturday, April 2nd from 8:30am – 9:45am in Room N206
Proceed with Caution! Social Media in Hiring & Firing
Thursday, March 31st from 3:45pm – 5:00pm in Room N101-102
Saturday, April 2nd from 10:15am – 11:30am in Room N202
A DMS Large Enough to Serve. Small Enough to Care.
We are a DMS “Designed By Car People for Car People” with over 1,200 dealerships nationwide. Explore our DMS solutions to see why dealers all across the country are switching to Auto/Mate.