General Motors Deploys Dominion's DMS for MyPriceLink
NORFOLK, VA: Automotive giant General Motor has selected Dominion ACCESS for its MyPriceLink technology. Dominion ACCESS is a Windows based dealer management system from Dominion Dealer Solutions fit for dealership needs covering drill down reporting and vehicle rentals too. Through MyPriceLink, General Motors has changed the way the list price is delivered to the collision industry while offering real-time retail and trade pricing processes for the dealers.
Dominion ACCESS is a complete suite for dealership management applications, with unsurpassed integration between departments. It keeps user data safe, is synced, and sharable and allows user to be benefited with no click charges for forms or surcharges for credit reports. With the integration of Dominion ACCESS, General Motors’ dealers will have CollisionLink PLUS subscription with their MyPriceLink invoice. This allows the dealers to export a quote or order information from MyPriceLink tools within the Dominion ACCESS invoice systems and send invoicing information back to the dealer via MyPriceLink application. Basically, Dominion ACCESS provides users with the ability to extend their brand to plain paper PO’s, RO’s and invoices by adding a custom logo.
The Dominion ACCESS implementation creates a smooth and transparent process for the GM dealers and increasing the speed of reimbursement through the Bump 2.0 program. “Our customers expect solutions and we are very proud to be the first DMS to complete the integration. MyPriceLink allows our dealers to work seamlessly with body shops and collision estimating systems insuring fast, accurate pricing on GM Parts,” says Van Koppersmith, President, Dominion DMS, Dominion Dealer Solutions.
Dominion Dealer Solutions has taken a part in a three-month dealer pilot of the MyPriceLink integration and claims to became the first DMS to successfully complete the pilot with General Motors. The MyPriceLink integration is available at no additional cost for GM dealer.
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