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Integrated Dealer Systems and Dealership Expert Michael Rees Produce a Guide on How to Be a Successful Dealer

How to Avoid Complacency and Remain a Successful DealerIDS announces the publication of a new guide that features tips from dealership expert Michael Rees on how to be a successful dealer.

Wake Forest, NC, February 5, 2018Integrated Dealer Systems (IDS), a leading RV, Marine and Trailer dealership software provider, is pleased to announce the release of its latest free guide, featuring tips from renowned dealership expert Michael Rees on how to avoid complacency and remain a successful dealer.

In this guide, dealers will find out how to:

  • Motivate each employee to work harder and smarter
  • Get their people to fully learn everything you teach them
  • Schedule your day for maximum success

IDS publishes free guides for RV, Marine and Trailer dealers on a regular basis, covering a wide range of topics – from workplace accountability to multi-location management. All the guides can be found on the official IDS website at ids-astra.com.

Those who wish to download the latest guide can do so by heading over to this page.

About IDS

IDS (Integrated Dealer Systems) is one of the leading providers of complete software solutions for marine, RV and trailer dealerships. With over 10,000 software users in dealerships across North America, IDS has set the standard for quality and customer satisfaction for 30 years.

About Michael Rees:

Michael Rees Michael is a hands-on, results-oriented leader with a comprehensive successful background in RV sales, management, training and overall dealership operations. Michael has written several articles for magazines such as Auto Dealer Monthly, RV Executive Today and RV Business. He is also a regular workshop speaker at the annual RVDA and NADA conventions – he invariably speaks to a full house due to his captivating topics and lively presentation style.

 

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