The Dealer Performance Group concept began in the late 1950’s when automotive dealerships wanted to compare their operations with other “successful” automotive dealerships. Up to 20 Dealer Principals meet three to four times a year to examine a number of key financial and operating ratios to see how their numbers compare with others from different geographical locations throughout the country.
Comprising of 4 to 20 non-competing dealerships, these groups meet regularly to examine financial results and operations, share problems and solutions in a cooperative environment. Click to find out more.
This module is designed to help Dealer Performance Groups collaborate and communicate with each other between meetings. It is also a repository for the contact information, commitments and objectives, and shared KPIs.