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August 24, 2016 — Titan Machinery Inc. plans to build a 20,000-square-foot location that will take the last remaining space in one of the Sioux Falls Development Foundation development parks.
Dealers on the Move is a regular feature for E-Watch, our bi-weekly e-newsletter. It is brought to you by Equip IQ.
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• Papé Machinery to Close Bonners Ferry, Idaho, Store
• Atlanta JCB Joins JCB's North American Dealer Network, Will Host Grand Opening Celebration
• New CLAAS Dealership Opens in Alberta
• Western Equipment Acquiring Ray Lee Equipment
• Birkey’s Farm Store to Acquire Farm Pride Equipment
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Date: Thurs., Aug. 25, 2016
Time: 2:00 p.m. CDT
During this live event, WEDA Dealer Institute trainer Jim Facente will give dealer principals and department managers a new way to look at what they do, how they do it and, more importantly, why they do it.
In simple terms, according John R. DeJulius III, author of The Customer Service Revolution, Customer Experience is “a person’s ability to recognize opportunities to exceed customers’ expectations, regardless of the circumstances.”
In this special webinar brought to you courtesy of the WEDA Dealer Institute, attendees will learn that a passable customer experience is not sufficient to elevate a dealership’s image and increase revenue.
The presentation will be followed by a Q&A session.
Email Cole Vandermause with questions about the presentation.
AgDirect has been serving the ag equipment financing needs of equipment dealers for more than 15 years.
Equip IQ is a next-generation enterprise dealer management solution that equips you to take your business to the next level through sales revenue growth, enterprise-wide visibility and intelligent insights.
DLL Finance is an international provider of high-quality asset-based finance products that, through partnerships, helps clients achieve their goals in the agriculture, food production and golf & turf equipment industries.
When a traditional mainline dealership becomes "separated" from its main line, generally through a contract termination but occasionally by the dealership’s own choosing, oftentimes a new shortline-only dealer is formed.
Success in Shortline Machinery is a regular feature for E-Watch, our bi-weekly e-newsletter. It is brought to you by Versatile.
Also in this series:
• Rooted in Service, Repair Shop Grows Business with Shortline Machinery
• Surveys Gauge Dealers' Approach Toward Shortline Products
• 26 Dealers Share Tips for What to Consider When Adding a New Shortline
• Evolving from Repair Shop to Shortline Machinery Dealer
• Meeting Customer Demands with a Diverse Product Lineup
Versatile, celebrating 50 years of 4WD production, is a full-line equipment manufacturer known for building products that are simple, reliable and easy to service and maintain. Versatile is seeking independent-minded dealers capable of selling and servicing equipment for large scale farming operations. If you want to add more horsepower to your bottom line, contact Alan Graff at firstname.lastname@example.org or (920) 819-9039.
The "2016 Big Dealer Report" is a joint project of Ag Equipment Intelligence and the Machinery Advisory Consortium. This unique report tracks the dynamic changes taking place with farm equipment dealer ownership in the U.S. and Canada. Along with a review of major dealer merger and acquisitions during the prior year, the 'Big Dealer' Report also provides a complete listing of North American's largest dealers, along with commentary on emerging distribution trends in the equipment industry. For the purposes of this report, "Big Dealers" are considered those organizations that own and operate five or more farm equipment store locations throughout North America. This report was initiated in 2009 and is updated annually in April.
Based on surveys from more than 300 North American dealers, not only does the 2016 Dealer Business Outlook & Trends forecast report give you a "from the trenches" look at what dealers see for equipment sales in the year ahead, but it also identifies trends for individual product sales growth. In 48 pages, the report breaks out the dealers' 2016 outlook by country, by region, by the equipment brand and by the size of their dealership. Learn more.
Farm Equipment is a BPA-audited, controlled-circulation trade publication serving retail dealers of tractors, implements and/or related farm machinery in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. Additionally, Farm Equipment serves retail dealers of shortline machinery, wholesalers and distributors of tractors, implements and/or related machinery and manufacturer’s representatives.