Sales of online auto parts have been enjoying an upward trend for years with rapid increases beginning nearly a decade ago. Sales of online parts reached $12.3 billion in 2019, according to data from Hedges & Co., an online digital marketing firm. The company said that it expects another 16% increase of that for 2020 or about $14.2 billion in sales. Projections call for $19 billion by 2022.
Just because you’re eager to take advantage of all of the latest online services available to auto dealerships doesn’t mean that the entire game of selling vehicles has changed. With the latest series of online applications, designed specifically for dealership websites, you can bring all of the marketing and sales strategies of your sales team to the online forum – in fact, you’ll gain an enormous advantage by doing so.
Automation is making people’s lives easier. It is making lives easier at home and at work. Many people cannot even imagine a world without technology. Take a look at these five areas to determine how automation can change you life for the better.
1. The Automated Home
When people see automated smart homes, they usually stand in awe of what technology can do for them. The new devices are being introduced to connect to smart phones and make people’s lives easier. These devices can allow residents to control the temperature, turn on or off the lights, turn on the sprinklers, monitor the home video surveillance, or even turn on and off appliances. It’s amazing what home automation can do for you.
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Whenever disaster strikes on the road, the seconds following the accident usually lead to feelings of despair, anger and frustration. Not knowing what to do in the wake of an accident will leave drivers feeling powerless and confused, and having comprehensive access to information and support used to be a pipe-dream.
Thankfully, technology is streamlining our lives and making it possible for real-time communication and interaction with law enforcement, insurance agencies and other entities in the aftermath of an accident. The following article will be covering four apps from insurance providers that help victims deal with the terrible events of an accident and receive quick assistance.