URBANDALE, Iowa — Anvil App Works, a Salesforce OEM partner with applications built specifically for dealerships of all brands, and Tractor Zoom, a leading provider of farm equipment and heavy machinery valuation data, today announced the availability of an Iron Comps integration within Anvil’s platforms to streamline used equipment valuation and pricing decisions.
Anvil connects directly to Iron Comps, allowing users to access Iron Comps data without leaving the Anvil platform. The integration helps unify existing internal dealership data with supply and pricing data from the fastest-growing, most transparent equipment database, to help used equipment managers make business decisions more efficiently.
“Through our partnership, we’re making the integration process even easier. We’re happy to help Anvil application users access our Iron Comps equipment comparables, values, and inventory trends within their existing Anvil platform to help them get to pricing decisions faster,” said Kyle Mcmahon, CEO and Founder of Tractor Zoom.
This partnership formalizes a historic arrangement that delivered key improvements to customers in scaling their operations through process efficiencies.
“Both teams from Anvil App Works and Tractor Zoom are committed to providing dealers with the data they need to do their job, structured in a way that makes sense. We have already integrated Iron Comps into our system for a few of our mutual clients with great results, so it only made sense to continue to deliver high-value solutions together,” said Jason Hoult, President of Anvil App Works.
Tractor Zoom and Anvil App Works will continue to operate separately from one another, but through this strategic alliance, are able to offer seamless onboarding for customers and the potential to scale their operations while keeping the same resources.
Working together enables both companies to develop refined solutions and also expedite the onboarding of mutual customers.
Tractor Zoom and Anvil App Works are driven to transform data into actionable insights for better decision-making.
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