Motolease LLC is slated to launch Dealer Platform 2.0 — an upgraded version of its current portal — to bolster its technology efforts and further strengthen dealer and customer relations, Managing Partner Emre Ucer told Powersports Finance.
Back in May, Ucer told Powersports Finance that the leasing provider was developing a platform “in an effort to streamline operations for dealers.” Now, the platform is almost built, and ready to launch at a MotoLease dealer event in October.
Dealer Platform 2.0 will include a new video chat feature to improve the online leasing experience. “We have been receiving and gathering a lot of user feedback regarding our dealer platform over the past three years,” Ucer said. “With all of the feedback, we decided to include a chat feature — particularly a face-to-face video chat — that allows customers to connect with their agents more easily.”
MotoLease is “always seeking” opportunities to enhance its CRM (customer relationship management) functionality, Ucer added. “We want to provide a system that is as simple and user-friendly as possible.”
Los Angeles-based MotoLease offers lease-to-own options to its consumers, with payment terms of 18 to 60 months; the company makes leases through 1,000 dealers.
Ucer will speak on a newly added “Keys to Successful Subprime Lending” panel at the upcoming PowerSports Finance 2017 conference, which is slated for Oct. 24-25 at the Wynn Las Vegas. During the session, Ucer and his fellow panelists will discuss subprime risk, underwriting best practices, and how to avoid seasonal repossession challenges.
Additionally, Maurice Salter, co-founder of MotoLease, will sit down for a fireside chat at the event. Salter’s fireside chat will be followed by a panel entitled “Credit Trends in Powersports Finance,” which will offer insight into current origination trends and an outlook on credit performance. Other sessions include: Finding Loan Growth Amid Increasing Competition, F&I Dos and Don’ts, and Regulatory Compliance Update.
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