“Our platform basically puts vehicle recon on ‘autopilot,’” said Hanna. Recently, the company announced the commercial launch of TrueRecon, a reconditioning tracking platform for auto dealers.
TrueSpot said it developed the new technology to better manage automotive dealership inventory and speed up what it describes as “costly, highly dispersed auto reconditioning processes.”
The company said it can accelerate those processes by an estimated 15% to 20%.
TrueSpot said auto dealers “coordinate multiple phases of servicing to prepare vehicles for sale.” That, according to the company, often includes 10 to 20 tasks involving various on-lot and off-lot departments and locations.
Those tasks can include duties such as upholstery repairs, tire replacement/alignment, body work, paint, and detailing, the company said.
In a news release, the company described itself as “the industry’s first solution that pinpoints the exact location of vehicles and keys throughout this process.”
Formerly known as MOLOCAR, TrueSpot was founded in 2017 by mobile technology insiders and auto dealership owners and operators for the purpose of inventing an improved dealer asset management and on-lot selling system.
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