Vehicle Acquisition Network rebrands suite of solutions
Last week, Vehicle Acquisition Network (VAN) announced rebranding of its suite of solutions to better reflect their capabilities and provide room for growth.
The private party acquisition solution for dealerships highlighted that the VAN suite of solutions now includes: FUEL, CONVERSE, ENGAGE, and NAVIGATE.
The company recapped what each tool can do
VAN FUEL can monitor a dealership’s market area for predefined vehicles being offered for sale. FUEL gathers updates from more than 18 providers in the United States and Canada.
FUEL also can remove salvage, dealer, and other undesirable vehicles before they ever make it to a dealership’s results.
VAN CONVERSE can provide in-application communication with private sellers. CONVERSE has multiple communication features, including text messaging and click-to-call telephone connection capabilities, all within the vehicle details page, so users can reference all the vehicle information while conversing with private sellers.
VAN ENGAGE is a full-featured seller relationship management system within the application. It can allow dealerships to move past leads and begin developing relationships with consumers in their market.
ENGAGE has follow-up and appointment setting features that can be planned into custom tasks, and it keeps track and provides reporting on contacts, offers, appraisals, and acquisitions, every step in the funnel.
VAN NAVIGATE leverages a Google Chrome Extension that can enable dealers to work with the VAN solutions without leaving the listing provider page.
NAVIGATE can allow users to update notes, add seller information, and open a new tab to transfer to vAuto for appraisals, all without toggling back and forth between tabs.
NAVIGATE rests on the sidebar of the browser tab until needed, providing efficiencies so that buyers and acquisition specialists can focus on the sellers.
NAVIGATE also can allow users to source vehicles in the locations they choose while retaining the efficiency and scalability of the FUEL platform.
CEO Tom Gregg said the new rebranding better reflects the capabilities of the VAN suite of solutions and provides room for growth of each product independently and as a bundled solution in VAN’s professional and accelerate tiers of service.
“We are excited to announce our new product rebranding, which highlights the advanced capabilities of our suite of solutions,” Gregg said in a news release. “The rebranding provides room for growth and positions us as the leading private party acquisition solution in the industry. We look forward to continuing to innovate and provide the best solutions for our dealership partners.”