Why Car Dealerships Should Transition to an Automated Cash Management System

 

On this episode of the MarketScale Software & Technology Podcast, David Barclay, VP of Marketing at Tidel, joined host Geoffrey Short to discuss how Tidel can provide car dealerships with solutions that help dealerships secure and automate their cash operations.

People may not think of car dealerships as the type of establishment that traditionally handles cash, but through down payments, aftermarket accessories, and the parts and service department, cash is something all dealerships contend with.

While car dealerships are moving towards this type of automation, Barclay feels there is still a significant opportunity for dealerships to transition to an automated cash environment. If a dealership is looking for an automated cash system, the Tidel team is ready to help them tailor a solution for their needs. Give this podcast a listen for integration tips and an overview of systems that can help dealerships take the next step towards a more secure and automated solution for their business.

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