vNext Technologies, Inc. has announced that its dealer websites are now available. The vNext team brings a wealth of experience in powersports eCommerce, having developed websites for many of the leading eCommerce dealers in the U.S., as well as business applications used by OEMs. vNext was founded on the premise that eCommerce solutions shouldn’t be costly, time-consuming or intimidating, according to the company.
vNext Technologies is authorized by Honda, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Suzuki, KTM, Arctic Cat, Polaris, BRP and Cobra Motorcycle to provide online parts fiche solutions for dealer websites. vNext’s parts lookup utilizes an innovative design, where the diagram and parts list are side-by-side, eliminating unnecessary scrolling and providing a seamless shopping experience.
vNext also offers OEM new model catalogs, OEM accessory catalogs and the leading aftermarket accessory catalogs. vNext dealer websites are integrated with popular payment gateways for automated payment processing. vNext sites are also integrated with the major shipping carriers for real-time shipping charge calculations.
vNext uses a straightforward, inclusive pricing strategy that has no hidden fees or fees for extras, the company said. All vNext websites come eCommerce-ready and are search-engine optimized. A design that fits the dealership can be selected from a variety of standard templates, and custom designs are available.
The backbone of the hosted website solution is the flexible Content Management System that allows dealers to easily manage their site. vNext sites offer built-in social networking integration, CRM functionality and the ability to build custom catalogs.
“We are excited to enter the powersports market with a website platform that delivers innovation and the latest technology,” said Robert Hipp, CEO of vNext Technologies. “vNext looks forward to listening to our customers and understanding their needs and goals. Dealers can benefit from our expertise in eCommerce, infrastructure design, social media, mobile and more.”
Great Job Robert - wondered when your NDA expired!