ARI Network Services – an award-winning provider of marketing services to help dealers, equipment manufacturers and distributors in the boating industry – has announced today that its Endeavor dealer website platform for marine dealers now integrates with Moreboats.com, a pay-per-lead and pay-per-call marine inventory marketplace.
The integration allows marine dealers to seamlessly post new and used inventory listings on the Moreboats.com marketplace directly from their ARI-powered website’s administration panel – saving time and increasing unit exposure to drive more leads. ARI’s rich unit information further drives the most complete and compelling listings on the marketplace, with zero information re-keying required.
“Too often, a buyer finds the boat of their dreams, only to learn that the listing is old and the boat is actually sold,” said MoreBoats.com CEO Anna Islamova. “This integration with ARI’s Endeavor platform simplifies inventory management for a dealer and ensures Moreboats.com visitors have access to the most up-to-date boat listings possible.”
“Sales channels like Moreboats.com are a key marketing tool for marine dealers, but managing inventory across multiple channels can be a real challenge for time-strapped dealers, especially during peak boating season,” said Brad Smith, ARI VP of Product Management. “ARI’s marketplace listing integrations drive the best quality listings, with less effort, to ultimately generate more online boat leads and in-store sales.”
Dealers who sign up for an ARI-powered website from now until January 1, 2016, will receive one free year of Moreboats.com third-party inventory channel service. Interested dealers can click here to schedule a demonstration, or contact ARI at 800.755.6040.
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