Auction Streaming Will be Exhibiting at the Used Car Week 2017

November 15, 2017 – The 5-day event is held in La Quinta, California, on the 13th-17th of November 2017. More than 500 auto remarketing and used-car industry professionals will be attending and researching the latest technology available. Auction Streaming will exhibit its full range of products and modules in Booth #214 at the show.

“There is a fracture and deficiency of technology by current providers in this market. Auction owners are waiting months to a year to receive the much-needed update or patch which would not be tolerated in any other software vertical. We are headed to California in November to present a Unified Wholesale Solution for Independent Auction Groups. With Auction Streaming, independents will have access to over 8 modules and 110 dedicated professionals putting them at par with the franchised auction groups,” David Vahman, CEO of WEBXLOO LLC, said.

The company is partnering with the independent auctions as an onsite IT resource with proactive solutions to overcome their challenges in supporting their dealer clients.

Auction Streaming offers Turn-Key applications as cloud SaaS Solution or Run License acquisition option, both with development, maintenance and upgrade as add-on services as requested.

About Auction Streaming
Auction Streaming Inc offers a complete suite of solutions comprised of Auction Management Systems, Simcasts™ Simulcast, AuctionLink™ Multi-Posting, VIR™ (Vehicle Inspection Report™) with Grade, Digital Marketplace, Auction Responsive Websites, Comply-Apps™ Compliance, CRM (Workflow & Escalation Tools)

www.auctionstreaming.com

Contact info
joe.kramer ( @ ) auctionstreaming dot com Joe Kramer VP of Sales 727-470-6091

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