ShuttleQ Fleet Tracking Transportation, Guest Management & Parking Software Showcasing Auto Dealership Solutions at NADA
Award-winning Cloud-Based SAS Vehicle Tracking, Transportation, Parking and Guest Management System is Showing their System at Booth 5965N at the North American Dealership Association Show in Las Vegas
ShuttleQ, a cloud-based Vehicle & Transportation Tracking application, Parking and Guest Management Software, has recently unveiled solutions for automotive dealerships, for tracking routes, customers, staff and assets. To show the new expanded solutions, ShuttleQ will be presenting at the North American Dealership Association Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, showcasing in booth 5965N.
ShuttleQ is a cloud-based SAS system that allows hospitality businesses with guest shuttle service and auto dealerships to effectively manage all aspects of guest transportation and parking with unprecedented communication via text SMS email, GPS tracking and accountability. Real-time communication between managers, operators, drivers and guests, up-to-the-minute guest as well as GPS driver and guest tracking increase transportation efficiency and guest satisfaction for any hospitality business that relies on managing transportation of guests.
NADA’s ShuttleQ appearance will be highlighted by their “As The Crow Flies Limiter,” allowing for managers to limit the overall distance that an asset can be away from the dealership, as well as an expansive web booking system in addition to ShuttleQ’s already robust GPS tracking and guest management solutions, all aimed at maximizing efficiency and increasing customer satisfaction.
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“We are very excited to be a part of NADA this year,” stated Izzy Fintz, President and Founder of ShuttleQ. “ShuttleQ’s value proposition for increased efficiency and customer satisfaction is an integral tool for the successful operation of an auto dealership.”
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