Constantly ringing phones in the service department means more customers and more business. But it also means having less face time with customers when they bring in their cars. That leads to customers feeling rushed. It also means customers probably are being placed on hold waiting to talk to an advisor. Gordon Rhea: 50% of his customers schedule service appointments online. All this results in poor customer satisfaction and lost business. The trick is to reduce the number of ...

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