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Rapid Recon

Process Cars Into Reconditioning Faster

Rapid Recon announced a robust digital Intake Form for processing used cars into vehicle reconditioning faster while capturing vehicle details and descriptions with a few clicks.

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Easier Media Tagging from Rapid Recon Delivers Faster Repair Approvals

Media Gallery is part of Rapid Recon’s product features to help automobile dealers maximize used car sales and profitability by improving the speed-to-sale of their used car inventory.

Rapid Recon, iPacket Release Digital Vehicle Presentation Solution

The Digital Vehicle Portfolio helps dealers convert more shoppers to engaged and active sales leads.

New Car Workflow from Rapid Recon Provides Transparency into New-Car Operations

Rapid Recon works with the dealer’s new-car team to create a customized, stand-alone New-Car Workflow that mirrors their existing process.

The Next Rapid Recon Announces Vendor Advantage

The free feature upgrade helps auto dealers and their vendors achieve faster speed to sale.

Recon Data Showing Improving Return to Pre-COVID Performance Levels

Data from Rapid Recon suggests dealers are getting cars sale-ready more quickly.

Rapid Recon to Launch Live Locate Availability for Vehicles and Keys

Advanced Bluetooth Locator Technology for Outdoor, Indoor and Multi-Level Facilities for Auto Dealers.

Rapid Recon Marks 10 Years Improving Used Car Profitability

At NADA ’20 this month, Rapid Recon founder and CEO Dennis McGinn will make some substantial announcements.

Rapid Recon to Launch ‘Group Reporting’ at NADA

The workflow and reconditioning software and process provider's new offering is designed to compile and index in graphical dashboard format the monthly performance metrics of multi-rooftop operations, providing clarity into the challenges — and potential performance gains — realized by individual dealerships.

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Rapid Recon Salutes 100 Years of NADA and Vehicle Reconditioning

By the time the NADA was founded in 1917, the sufficiency of units in operation meant a growing opportunity for used-vehicle sales. According to 1917 motor vehicle registrations, as compiled by the U.S. Bureau of Public Roads, nearly five million cars and trucks were registered. And by late 1916, creative rebuilders were putting old cars, now “reconditioned,” back on the road.

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