Getting Started with GMS Point-of-Sale Software 

Getting Started with GMS Point-of-Sale Software 

Auto Glass Replacement at Your Dealership Collision Center Made Easy! 

As a dealership collision center, expanding your services to include auto glass replacement can be a smart business move. To efficiently manage your operations and ensure a seamless customer experience, you will need reliable Point-of-Sale (POS) software like GMS (Glass Management Software) for dealerships. In this blog post, we will guide you through the process of getting started with GMS, empowering your dealership collision center to offer top-notch auto glass replacement services. Let’s explore the steps to success! 

1. Assess Your Auto Glass Replacement Needs: 

Before implementing GMS, evaluate your collision center’s specific auto glass replacement requirements. Consider factors such as the volume of replacements you anticipate, the type of OEM and aftermarket glass replacements you plan to offer, and how many users will need access. This assessment will help you align GMS with your unique business needs.  

2. Choose Your GMS Software Tools  

Consider how many locations your dealership has and how many service personnel will require simultaneous access to the Mitchell NAGS (National Auto Glass Specifications) database. It’s important to note that if your dealership already uses CDK for its overall dealership management system, GMS software seamlessly integrates with CDK. Integration between the GMS and CDK systems enables a smooth flow of data, eliminating manual data entry and ensuring accurate information across departments. An additional add-on to consider is MobilePRO™ a mobile app that allows technicians to access job details, update repair status, order parts, and communicate with the dealership from their mobile devices. This enables real-time information exchange, streamlines workflow, and improves customer service. 

3. Implementing GMS: 

When you have selected GMS, it’s time to introduce the software to your dealership collision center. Begin by preparing your team for the transition. Make an official announcement to your staff, informing them that your collision center is now equipped to provide auto glass replacement services with convenient insurance billing. Creating enthusiasm for this new and rewarding service will generate interest and encourage discussions among your team members. 

4. Train Your Team and Launch: (online training)  

When rolling out new software, training is key at your dealership collision center. GMS Support offers comprehensive training sessions to your entire team, ensuring they are comfortable using the software and understand its features and functionalities. Encourage open communication and address any questions or concerns during the training process. Once your team is confident with GMS, it’s time to launch your auto glass replacement services and showcase the benefits of the new service offering to your customers. 

By implementing GMS point-of-sale software in your dealership collision center, you can efficiently manage and streamline your auto glass replacement operations. Assess your specific needs, choose the right GMS package, implement the software with support from GMS, customize it to your preferences, and train your team for a successful launch. With GMS, you’ll be well-equipped to offer top-notch auto glass replacement services and enhance your collision center’s reputation and profitability. Get ready to embark on a journey of seamless auto glass replacement at your dealership collision center with GMS! 

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