The cofounders of TECOBI, Jason Girdner and Scarlet Mick, are pleased to announce a new and revolutionary way to engage with automotive customers leading up to a sale, via their unique proprietary technology, that utilizes calling and SMS/text messaging.
The mission at TECOBI is, ‘to connect consumers to their wants and needs without disrupting their daily patterns’, which spills over into its vision, ‘to connect the world through hybrid communication’. The company specializes in engaging with customers and making the ability to communicate easily and effectively that much more simple for its customers and clients.
The technology is designed to ‘follow-up with thousands of leads at the click of a button’. Users can avoid common hurdles that they normally would at their respective dealerships, while leads are converted at a much higher rate, meaning more cars are being sold and driven off the lot.
Additionally, the company has also turned in over $30 million in ad spend and is fully equipped with an arsenal of data for ensuring optimal conversion patterns and ad success. Potential customers are routed from their Facebook or Instagram accounts and prompted to submit a lead to start the sales process or further nurture the lead until they are ready to buy.
“TECOBI has been the biggest game-changer in our business and more than anything else in the past three years,” said Nyle Maxwell’s Platform Digital Director Thomas Eggers. “I hear from salespeople daily that they sold a vehicle only because TECOBI never stopped following up with the customer and this was the only reason they were able to connect and make a sale.”
Clients looking to take full control of their lead follow-up process are encouraged to seek consultation by initiating the conversation at https://www.tecobi.com/contact-us/
Jason Girdner & Scarlet Mick are the Founders of TECOBI, an advanced communication and advertising solution of SMS/Text conversations for the automotive industry. TECOBI has served thousands of automotive companies through their industry changing software. To learn more, please visit www.tecobi.com