Automotive Retailers Association of British Columbia Selects eMarketing Sherpas as Preferred Provider of Consumer Marketing Solutions
ARA Members Now Have Access to The Demand Engine, Review Engine and Digital Lobby Systems
(Poway, CA. February 9, 2016) The Automotive Retailers Association (ARA) of British Columbia, Canada and eMarketing Sherpas announced today that The Demand Engine, The Review Engine and the Digital Lobby are now available to all ARA members as the preferred consumer sales, marketing and customer service solutions for the association.
David Ribeiro, ARA’s Director of Industry Relations, said, “I was looking for a way to bolster the ARA Collision Certification program with the ability to link marketing to the consumer. It also needed to provide a method of promoting the members of that same program. The The Demand Engine, The Review Engine and the Digital Lobby solutions and services are exactly what we were looking for.”
According to the Automotive Retailers Association and eMarketing Sherpas, The Demand Engine system is a software as service (SaaS) system that automates virtually all aspects of a shop’s digital sales, marketing and customer service activities. The Review Engine is guaranteed to help shops capture more online reviews, make it easier to manage their online reputation, improve search-engine performance and increase online sales leads and referrals, to name a few of its many capabilities. Finally, The Digital Lobby is an in-house sales, marketing, customer service and education system that includes digital signage, menu board, kiosks and mobile apps.
Frank Terlep, Founder of eMarketing Sherpas states, “We are very excited to have been selected by the ARA as their preferred consumer marketing system provider. Our Demand Engine CRM Suite, Review Engine Online Review and Reputation Marketing System and Digital Lobby In-House Digital Signage and Menu System provide ARA member shops with the automotive industry’s most powerful digital based consumer sales, marketing and retention solutions.”