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Simulcast: A good deal faster


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When you’re in the business of selling cars you need to buy those vehicles at the best possible price. So, when it’s time to stock up your forecourt, an auction is your ideal market place. However, it’s not always possible to head to auction at any given moment. After all, you’ve got a dealership to manage and a business to run.

Dealer in showroom using Simulcast to purchase vehiclesManheim’s Simulcast lets you take part in auctions online without ever having to leave the forecourt. You can browse, bid and buy in real time using a mobile device or computer and attend auctions remotely. Live video and audio feeds bring all the action from Manheim’s 17 auction centres directly to your screen. Simulcast also allows you to view comprehensive inspection reports, ask the auctioneer questions in real time and make bids with the click of a button.

Here are just some of the benefits that Simulcast can offer you:
  • Time-saving: Log in at the dealership or when you’re out and about so you never miss out on a deal.
  • Less travel: No more travelling around in pursuit of the vehicles you want – they’re all just a click or swipe away.
  • Multiple auctions: Simulcast lets you be in more than once place at the same time. For example, you could be bidding on a vehicle at Manheim Shotts in Scotland and another at Manheim Plymouth simultaneously.

Driven by the growing trend for online bidding and buying, Simulcast is a simple, convenient and flexible way to do business. It allows you to see as much auction-based action as you wish on your screen and makes taking part easy.

With Simulcast, you have just as much chance of making the winning bid as any other buyer who is in the auction lane. So that means: going once, going twice… gone to the online bidder.

Find out more about Simulcast here >

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