It goes without saying but this year many things have had to change and it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out why exactly, it’s exhaustive public knowledge now. The same applies for numerous companies across all sectors who have to adopting digital technologies to enable business to continue and minimise face-to-face interactions to safeguard customers.
Beyond addressing these needs, digital technology developments are creating an opportunity to innovate the service model and traditional ways in which processes are done. Tech companies in all sectors are evolving to ensure safe and convenient transactions for consumers. Now is the time for competitive investors and companies to become highly responsive in their evaluation and use of digital technologies.
One such tech offering that is looking to grow, while capitalising on newer technology to enable its partners and customers to get better results is Motomatch. This tech-first online vehicle sales platform is the next generation in automotive sales tech.
While first generation classified digital platforms allow consumers to view cars that they are interested in buying which have been around for many years in South Africa and internationally, Motomatch is the next generation online car offering. The platform allows consumers to offer their vehicles for sale to the dealer network and if required, source a replacement car that they are interested in, all the while providing multiple pricing for both cars.
This means a lot less work for the consumer at no cost. Car buyers are only matched with reputable dealers, nullifying the chance of experiencing threats such as scammers or car thieves for instance, and protecting the seller from non-approved buyers. The tech offering will soon launch new features including ‘Rent to Buy’, aftermarket warranties and vehicle refinance options.
Dealers are able to tap into the power of the platform to extend the footprint and customer reach of their dealership countrywide. Motomatch is an extension of the dealership, bringing consumers who either wish to sell or buy cars continuously – it’s the digital sourcing and sales department on demand.
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