Recon Process - Used Car Recon Dealer Software Blog

It is now possible for all the Simple Recon customers to address the risk of safety recall within the process of reconditioning. This can be done by daily identification of the safety recalls on the existing pre-owned inventory, including both off-brand and in-brand inventory. Simple Recon is integrated with NHTSA's recall database. As a result of this integration safety recall verification during the reconditioning process has become possible.
This vital topic was addresses recently by an article from Harvard Business Review. The articles cite the findings of a research suggesting that it is possible to overcome the resistance to change by actively involving the people that are mostly affected by the proposed change. Unfortunately, the ownership tends to use the word ‘participation’ just as a buzzword to ensure employee participation in discussions without any genuine intent to create a feeling of true participation. As expected, this generally results in increased resistance to acceptance of new technology.

Instead of this approach, follow these tips for easier implementation of new technology.
By using a flowchart, the process owners can find out how logical the steps of the process are, identify the problem areas, and create a common knowledge base for the entire process. Flowcharting also reveals concern areas such as dead ends, delays, redundancies, and things that would have otherwise remained ignored or uncovered. This is particularly true for teams that are detached from the actual functioning of the process or hesitant to describe the actual process.
To jump start your move towards a more measured and managed reconditioning process we start off your account with a simple reconditoining workflow. However if you need a more detailed workflow to track different aspects of your reconditioning process, click through to this article to learn more about how we can help you build a effective process.
Dealerships with the most effective reconditioning operations require anything between three and five days from the start of reconditioning process to frontline. These dealerships are always aware of the exact location and status of each of their cars because they have a clearly defined owner for each step of the process, connected via their mobile devices.
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