OVDA and Get My Auto: A Partnership Set to Transform Oregon’s Auto Dealerships

OVDA Selects Get My Auto: A Strategic Move for Oregon Auto Dealerships- GetMyAuto

Salem, Oregon – In a move that showcases its commitment to excellence and innovation, the Oregon Vehicle Dealer Association (OVDA) has unveiled its latest partnership with Get My Auto. The two giants have come together with OVDA selecting Get My Auto as their primary preferred vendor for dealer management systems (DMS), customer relationship management (CRM), marketing, and appraisal tools.

Scott Short, Chairman of OVDA, shared his enthusiasm for this collaboration. “Get My Auto stands at the forefront of technological advancements in the auto dealership world. Their knack for revolutionizing operational management complements OVDA’s mission to enhance the efficiency and performance of dealerships throughout Oregon,” he remarked.

Get My Auto: The Future of Auto Dealership Management

Promising an influx of leads, increased showroom visits, and a surge in sales, Get My Auto introduces itself as the quintessential platform for auto dealers. Hailing from Orange County, California, this tech powerhouse rolls out an exhaustive dealer management system, harmonizing myriad features such as inventory management and CRM.

What sets Get My Auto apart is its commitment to digital solutions. With a spotlight on platforms like Craigslist, Facebook Marketing, and innovative automated CRM, it’s no wonder they are the chosen ones to push dealerships to prosper in this digital age. Those interested can deep dive into the dynamic capabilities of Get My Auto’s DMS by requesting a demo or ringing up 1(800) 955-6719.

About OVDA

The Oregon Vehicle Dealer Association isn’t just any organization. It’s a legacy built over decades, wielding influence at the Capitol, DMV Business Regulation, and the Oregon Dealer Advisory Committee. With a dream to bolster Oregon’s auto dealership landscape, OVDA, backed by its dedicated members and team, persistently champions the rights and values of dealers at the state’s legislative helm.

To be a part of this movement or to seek guidance on DMV intricacies, auctions, lawsuits, or other dealership challenges, reach out to OVDA at 503-399-9199 or visit their website (ordealers.net).