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Free 3 Months Use Of Mobile Apps For Dragon2000 Customers

19th March 2020

Dragon2000 are offering dealerships and garages who use their DragonDMS dealer management system free use of their APPraise and Workshop App products for 3 months, as automotive businesses are encouraged to focus on their customer’s online journey in response to the limited face-to-face contact brought on by the coronavirus epidemic.

There will also be free online training sessions available with our training staff for those who wish to take up the offer and are keen to learn more about how these Dragon2000 apps work.

Free 3 Months Use Of Mobile Apps For Dragon2000 Customers

The APPraise app will allow dealers and their sales staff to show a potential customer every inch of the car remotely, so there is no need for the customer to visit the showroom in person.

The Workshop App works on each technician’s individual mobile device, eliminating the need to share a clocking machine and reducing the surfaces they come into contact with while at work, and managers working remotely can still assign tasks.

Both apps are fully integrated with the DragonDMS and are available on both Apple and Android devices.

Dragon2000 believes the offer of two mobile apps geared toward remote working during this time will further help dealerships and garages with the day-to-day running of their businesses.

To find out what steps Dragon2000 have put into place regarding the coronavirus outbreak to ensure we provide our usual excellent standard of service to our customers, please read our recent statement.



Dragon2000 have been helping dealers and garages drive their businesses forward since 1995. Talk to our team today on 01327 222 333 or email sales@dragon2000.co.uk to find out how our dealer management system, car dealer websites and mobile apps can help your business increase profits and reduce costs.

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