HAGERSTOWN, Ind. — Autocar is preparing to launch a new Web-based communications system for dealerships that will allow them to communicate live with the production factory.
ADNet (Autocar Dealer Network) will go online Apr. 2 allowing Autocar dealers to produce a quote or order a truck from anywhere at anytime.
"The ADNet system is designed to make Autocar dealer salespeople more responsive, more competitive and up-to-the-minute on Autocar products," says Darren Bartel, manager of product structure for Autocar. "Downloaded quotes or orders can be saved and revised on the user’s PC and specs can be e-mailed to another ADNet user for review or use as the basis for another quote or order."
ADNet also allows: changes to orders; order status updates and scheduling; pricing and quotes; concessions and sales allowances; basic calculations, performance information and graphics; and accurate factory cost models and comparisons.
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