What to look for at Digital Dealer 27

By August 14, 2019No Comments
Dealer eProcess at Digital Dealer 27

Are you ready to check out game changing technology for your dealership? Rest up because DD27 won’t disappoint!

Whether you’re a first-timer or a seasoned attendee to the Digital Dealer Conference, at the closing ceremony you’ll be glad you came. DD27 attendees should be on the lookout for how the latest technology advancements are helping sell more vehicles, build stronger customer relations, and increase fixed operation. Plus, how technology is impacting your dealership’s processes.

DD27 is the absolute best time to meet with vendors, demo products, ask questions, and perhaps find a “deal” on a solution for your dealership. With over 100 sessions, 130 vendors, Peer Strategy Sessions, and Top Experts, make sure you plan your trip for best use of time. It’s not all work (wink), as Las Vegas offers a playground of fun from trying your luck at the casino to Top Golf and zip-lining. Also, the event host Cocktail Hour in the Expo and all DD attendee parties are legendary so pace yourself. Even though you’ll max your daily step goal, there are many spots in Las Vegas to get in a solid workout too.

What Not to Miss:

Your Current Vendors  

Visit your existing vendors to find out the latest development in their products, meet with your rep, and meet the owners. DD27 provides an excellent opportunity to put a name to the face of one or many of your partners. Check out any show specials. Visit Dealer eProcess at Booth 1203. Click here to book a demo.

OEM Partners  

Let’s face it, the programs available to dealers evolve. Take the time to check out new products, packages, and vendor-approved offerings. Also consider attending our Break Out Session, Digital Certified Programs & You: How to Get the Most Out of Your OEM Programs present by DEP’s Director of OEM Programs, Caroline Hollis, on August 20th at 1:20 PM. Read more here.

  • Gain a deeper understanding of why and how one should take advantage of a certified program.
  • Discover the types of questions you should be asking your vendors and your OEM representatives.
  • Learn how to take standard data sent from your Certified Provider and add context to it.

Hot Products:

Digital Retailing – This is the hot product and hot topic. Learn everything you can to master your dealership sales online AND know that your in-store processes are in sync with your online customer experience. Meet SARA, the Smart Automotive Retail Assistant, at Booth 1203. To see this award-winning product demo click here

Digital Marketing – What’s new? What’s different? Get your marketing evaluated. It’s FREE! Is your dealership advertising on the Waze Ap? Amazon? In Spanish?

Search Engine Optimization – Have you MAXED your SEO? Do you know? Are you missing opportunities because you’re not showing up in the search? DD27 is a great time to check your SEO health.

The Keynotes:

Learn How Human-Centric Brands Win in a Tech-Dominated World. On Monday, August 19th, join Stefan Olander – one of the world’s leading digital innovators – as he shares how to bridge the gap between the physical and digital to create value. Stefan previously served as VP of Global Digital Innovation for Nike.

Sell More Cars with Walmart’s Auto Program, On Tuesday, August 20th with Chad Collier, Founder and President of CarSaver at Walmart. Find out firsthand what this innovator of the year is doing with Walmart’s Auto Program.

Gear Up for a Big Data-Powered Future presented by eBay Motors COO, Hadewych Corstens on Wednesday, August 21st. It will help you to “future proof” your dealership.  Learn how to use your data in different ways to optimize sales and marketing efforts to a new audience who uses technology as a part of their daily experience

  • Understand big data’s role in automotive and why it’s needed.
  • Learn how your dealership can utilize your data from different angles to optimize your sales and marketing efforts.
  • Learn how you can leverage your data to gain a competitive advantage.

Fun To Try After The Show:





Keeping It Real: